Feds eye special skills-training savings account as part of budget: source
The Liberals plan to create a skills-training savings account for adults modelled on one in Singapore, a government source told the Canadian Press.
UNB’s new president focused on mature students, deficit, workplace skills
The new president of the University of New Brunswick, Paul Mazerolle, is returning to his alma mater with a variety of goals.
Opinion: We’re missing a potent plan to train the next generation of researchers
How many PhDs does Canada need? Can their education be improved? With investment in place, these are core questions that need to shape science policy.
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U of M decides not to ban relationships
Two new University of Manitoba policies make it crystal clear how employees should approach and disclose intimate relationships between themselves and students.
College admissions scam ‘very unlikely’ to happen at Canadian schools
In the Canadian system there is little consideration to standardized testing or student athletic abilities, and there is not the same competitiveness to get into top-tier schools, experts say.