Outrage brewing after U of S and CIHR support professor who falsely claimed to be Indigenous
Carrie Bourassa offers no genealogical evidence that she is Métis, Anishnaabe and Tlingit, as she has claimed.
Post-secondary schools feel COVID-19 testing would be hard to implement
BC’s post-secondary schools have taken different approaches to COVID-19, with some requiring rapid testing for unvaccinated people.
Students at 4 Alberta universities protest tuition increases, budget cuts in ‘Day of Action’ Friday
Students say the cost of education continues to rise, while quality decreases.
Afua Cooper speaks about the development of Dalhousie University’s Black studies curriculum
Afua Cooper, a Black studies professor at Dalhousie University, tells CBC News about the school’s pioneering Black studies minor, first introduced in 2016 and now expanded into a major.
Wave of Black studies programs at Canadian universities a long time coming, scholars say
In the last 5 years, 4 Canadian universities have announced Black studies programs with more in discussion.
Cape Breton University to offer free tuition to students formerly in foster care
Breaking barriers to education.
Nova Scotia post-secondary schools have high vaccination rates
NSCC had lowest vaccination rate for students, but figure is in line with provincial population.
University VP has extra security on campus after showing solidarity with Indigenous struggle
linda manyguns has received death threats after deciding to lowercase her name.
Campus Workers Launch Campaign for Renewed Investments in BC Colleges & Universities
The union representing over 14,000 workers at BC colleges and universities is launching a campaign calling for better funding for post-secondary education.
Internal emails show how McMaster braced for — and responded to — unsanctioned homecoming party
A month after 5,000 partygoers descended on Dalewood Avenue for an unsanctioned homecoming party – angering residents, destroying a car and trashing streets in the process – McMaster University now says bringing in more police earlier could defuse similar events before they have the chance to spark.