How new names, refreshed studies of history are inspiring change at Canada’s universities
Changes show ‘what kind of society we would like to create,’ says history prof.
Bankruptcy bill: LU charged $8.6M in legal, other fees as part of insolvency
The firm overseeing the insolvency process at Laurentian University has submitted an $8.6 million bill for services rendered since the start of the process in February 2021.
Federal funds for University of Sudbury a ‘step in the right direction,’ francophone group says
Money from feds good news, but not enough to repair damage in community, Denis Constantineau says.
More accountability needed for frats accused of sexual violence, student leader says
London police are investigating after a woman says she was drugged at a Zeta Psi party.
The Niagara Falls Review
Dozens of UW co-op students will help launch new system for Toronto hospital network
More than 100 co-op students will provide support for new electronic record system Canada’s largest research hospital network.
The Lethbridge Herald
U of L faculty group pass vote of non-confidence in management
Nearly 300 University of Lethbridge faculty members are supporting a non-confidence vote in upper management at the school.