More universities reviewing honorary degrees given to Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond
Six out of 10 universities confirm they’re reviewing honorary degrees given to retired judge Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, after being asked by a group of Indigenous women to revoke them following a CBC investigation into her claims of Indigenous heritage.
Statistics Canada finds people of colour generally more educated but paid less
Statistics Canada reported Wednesday that visible minorities are generally more likely than their white counterparts to earn a university degree but less likely to find a job that pays as well.
MUN professors to vote on strike as university prepares to cancel classes
More than 800 faculty members at Memorial University are set to cast their vote toward a strike on Wednesday, while the school expects the large majority of classes to be paused if it were to happen.
Cancel Jordan Peterson event in Ottawa, coalition of community groups asks city council
A coalition of community groups is asking Ottawa city council to back its call for the cancellation of a Canadian Tire Centre event featuring public intellectual and provocateur Jordan Peterson.