The Globe and Mail
McMaster team closes in on cause of rare AstraZeneca-related blood clots
Canadian researchers have established the most definitive link yet between the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine and a rare blood clotting syndrome that shattered public confidence in the vaccine earlier this year.
The PIE News
Canada: returning students boost population size
The return of international students has resulted in Canada’s population growing at its fastest rate since the pandemic began, a new report by RBC Economics has found.
U of G launches LGBTQ+ inclusivity training program to create ‘an environment that is welcoming’
The University of Guelph has created a new “positive space” training program for students, staff and faculty to foster a more inclusive environment for the LGBTQ2SIA+ community on campus.
Push to vaccinate Quebecers 18-29 is on, as normal return to higher education hangs in the balance
Vaccination rate trailing as post-secondary institutions eye crucial 75% target.
‘Huge therapeutic potential’: University of Sask. researchers make progress on stroke treatment
A drug typically used to treat schizophrenia is showing positive signs during early stages of research, bringing down stroke-related swelling in the brain.
Well-being of Canadian military personnel supported by new research program
New research into the mental health effects of exposure to child soldiers is underway at Dalhousie University.
‘It’s embarrassing’: China’s tightening grip on the intellectual property landscape in Canada
The top 10 patent applicants in Canada last year were foreign companies doubling down on science and technology.