UBC president pens letter to Ottawa to help alumna jailed in Saudi Arabia
Santa Ono has penned a letter to the federal government asking for help for alumna Loujain Al-Hathloul, a women’s rights activist and former UBC student jailed in Saudi Arabia.
Niagara Falls Review
Brock announces Caribbean scholarship in St. Catharines’ twin city
Brock U president Gervin Fearon made the announcement during a trip to a special community in the Caribbean.
Globe and Mail
Opinion: How to sustain Canada’s brain gain
We need to show graduates the infrastructure being built by industry, government and universities to foster talent here at home.
University of Saskatchewan receives $2M for new sport science and health facility
Its aim is to help enhance athlete performance and education through research in injury prevention, nutrition and conditioning, and performance and recovery.
Opinion: The quest for digital literacy in Canada
According to new research, Canada is making progress in increasing digital literacy, but there is still a digital divide.