Air Canada and UWindsor partnership to help international students get cheaper flights
Air Canada and the University of Windsor have reached an agreement to help international students find affordable flights.
UBC students left scrambling for tuition after $8,300 administrative error
Students enrolled in a master’s program at the University of British Columbia are scrambling to come up with thousands of dollars after an administrative error resulted in incorrect tuition fee assessments.
McGill students anxious for update in sexual misconduct investigation
Some students at McGill University say they’re anxious for an update into an investigation that began before the holidays, looking into sexual misconduct allegations against a student.
Province reconsidering RDC’s university transition
It would appear Red Deer College becoming Red Deer University is once again a matter of if, not when.
The Globe and Mail
Canada must enhance its talent-luring advantage
For Canadians anxiously observing our neighbours to the south, the new year brings hopes of political and social renewal. But as we contemplate a postpandemic economic recovery, impending geopolitical shifts have huge implications for Canada’s prosperity.
STEM education must be reformed to engage Indigenous youth
It’s more important than ever that Indigenous children in elementary and secondary schools study science, technology, engineering, and math.