Student slashed in dorm-room knife attack sues UBC for negligence
Mary Hare claims the university should have been aware of the risk of forced entry into students’ rooms.
Maluuba co-founder gives back to the University of Waterloo with $500,000 donation
Sam Pasupalak donated $500,000 to his alma mater to support an artificial intelligence lab and fellowship in his name, along with several awards and scholarships.
uOttawa says it has a 230-person gap when it comes to visible minority professors
The information, from October 2016, is contained in documents released by the Department of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada through access to information.
P.E.I. shares Indigenous education ideas at national meeting
Indigenous education was a major focus of a national meeting of education ministers in Vancouver last week.
As pre-election cabinet shuffle looms, Kirsty Duncan ready for anything
Kirsty Duncan, minister of science and minister of sport and persons with disabilities, finds herself at the centre of speculation as talk heats up about a cabinet shuffle.