The Toronto Star
The pandemic is taking a terrible toll on university students
It’s been more than 250 days since I was in a proper classroom.
McGill University’s men’s sports teams to be named Redbirds
McGill University’s men’s varsity sports teams will be known as the Redbirds going forward, the university announced Tuesday.
UPEI and Holland College encouraging students to wear masks during pandemic
With the news Prince Edward Island is making mask wearing mandatory for all indoor public spaces beginning Friday, college and university students have already been donning protective face coverings on Island campuses.
UWindsor has ‘rigorous pandemic plan’ for return of international students
University of Windsor officials say they are ready to welcome international students with a “rigorous pandemic plan” approved by federal, provincial, and local health agencies.
COVID-19: Single cases confirmed at Trent University and Fleming College in Peterborough
Single cases of the novel coronavirus have been reported at Trent University and Fleming College in Peterborough.
MUN Begins Gradual Return to Campus Starting Monday
The president of MUN says the university is well prepared as it gets ready to welcome back more staff beginning next week.
The Kingston Whig Standard
No names so no sanctions for Western students at Halloween bash
If Western University students were among the roughly 150 people who packed a Halloween bash held in defiance of COVID-19 restrictions, they may be off the hook at school.
New Yukon U chancellor prioritizes ‘great inclusion’ of Indigenous culture
The new chancellor of Yukon University says he wants to promote more Indigenous culture and content at the university, with an eye to fostering the next generation of leaders of Yukon self-government.
The Hamilton Spectator
McMaster study shows one per cent of air passengers test positive for COVID within 14 days
Preliminary results from a large Hamilton-led study show that one per cent of air travellers who landed at Toronto’s Pearson airport from international destinations in September tested positive for COVID-19 within 14 days.
Ontario Tech professor says far-UVC light could curtail COVID-19 transmissions
An Ontario Tech University professor in the faculty of energy systems and nuclear science says early research into a form of ultra-violet light that’s intended to prevent COVID-19 transmission is yielding positive results.
Laurentian University researcher hopes new equipment will sharpen COVID-19 investigation
A chemistry and biochemistry professor at Laurentian University will be enhancing his research on the coronavirus, with help from newly awarded federal grant.
The Filipino Post
How Canada can lead in recruiting foreign students
Canada should make “employability” a key pillar of its foreign student recruitment drive if it wants to remain a top destination for higher education, says an expert on international graduates’ career outcomes in Asia.
Fredericton psychiatrist suspended by College of Physicians and Surgeons
A Fredericton psychiatrist was suspended by the College of Physicians and Surgeons on Tuesday after the college received several complaints about him that alleged misconduct toward patients. Dr. Manoj Bhargava works at Fredericton Addiction and Mental Health, which is part of Horizon Health, and part time at the Student Health Centre at the University of New Brunswick.