Former student says U of A knew of sex assault allegations against drama teacher
A former student of a University of Alberta drama professor accused of sexually assaulting a teen actress says the school was aware of those allegations for more than a decade and did nothing.
Anonymous message near Bishop’s University ignites anger among students
A powerful message written anonymously on a bridge near Bishop’s University in Sherbrooke, Que., has ignited anger among students and thrust the school’s administration into damage control mode.
Bishop’s University promises change after reports of sexual violence on campus
Students say institution hasn’t been taking their concerns seriously.
‘Virtual pickets’ by U of M staff take strike to new level
Quiet campuses and COVID-19 concerns have forced academics at the University of Manitoba to get creative by taking job action online amid stalled wage negotiations.
Globe and Mail
Opinion: The Carrie Bourassa story is yet another example of a kind of cultural Munchausen syndrome
Here we go again – another day, another story about someone with supposed Indigenous roots turning out perhaps not to be who they say they are.
The Pie News
Saskatchewan announces international student growth strategy
The government of Saskatchewan in Canada has announced a new provincial strategy to support the growth of international students.
$12M in provincial funding to allow Sudbury’s SNOLAB to ‘invest in people’
Two years worth of funding for facility to provide expertise on setting up astroparticle physics experiments.