Laurentian University donors targeted by phishing scam
School’s chief information officer says systems weren’t compromised in targeted email attack.
Looming rule change could bar law students, paralegals from provincial court criminal cases
Paralegals and student legal clinics are warning of an access to justice problem in September when a new federal bill comes into force that kicks them out of criminal courtrooms.
UPEI hiring coordinator to help students find housing
The University of Prince Edward Island is hiring an off-campus housing coordinator to help students find a place to live in the country’s toughest housing market.
Researchers take stock of how Canada’s urban forests protect our health
Montreal’s urban forest has a big impact on human health, and yet researchers are just starting to count the trees, and the benefits.
From Angola to the moon: former UBC president David Strangway’s involvement in Apollo 11
Long before he became president of the University of British Columbia, Dr. Strangway was regarded as one of the top lunar geophysicists in the world and was recruited by NASA.