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PCs dismiss Ontario’s chief scientist amid broad effort to undo Liberals’ legacy
An award-winning professor at the University of Toronto, Molly Shoichet was appointed as Ontario’s first, and, to this point, only, chief scientist last November.
Post-secondary executives among highest paid in Alberta’s public sector as student unions seek predictable tuition
New legislation means the U of A and U of C will be allowed to pay their presidents a maximum base salary of $447,000 a year by 2020.
Discovering MaRS: The untold story of Canada’s largest and most controversial innovation hub
What began with a civic-minded vision to create a life-sciences hub, able to compete with Boston’s Kendall Square in commercializing world-class research, has become a polarizing force at the centre of Toronto’s innovation efforts.
McGill University professor sues student and colleague for $600K
Ahmed Fekry Ibrahim, an Islamic Studies professor, has filed a lawsuit against a student and a fellow professor for what he calls a “ruthless campaign” that destroyed his reputation and his right to privacy.