The Globe and Mail
The CAF’s sexual misconduct crisis is not reason enough to dispense with Canada’s military colleges
As a proud graduate of the Royal Military College (RMC), I strongly disagree with one of Ms. Arbour’s suggestions: that we close our military colleges.
The PIE News
U of T launches anti-Asian racism working group
The plan for the group includes consulting students, faculty and other members of the university’s wider community, asking them to share their experiences of anti-Asian racism on campus.
U of G no longer guarantees housing for first-year students
The University of Guelph’s longtime promise to ensure all first-year students can live in residence if they choose is a thing of the past.
Province investing $25 million in biomedical engineering program
Students studying at the forefront of biomedical engineering will soon have a new learning environment for the school of biomedical engineering at the University of British Columbia (UBC).
Saskatoon researchers want to ‘understand the legacy of COVID-19’
A University of Saskatchewan project is collecting residents’ COVID-19 experiences to help prepare for future pandemics.