Cape Breton University board under fire for meeting protocol
The Cape Breton University board of governors is under fire for their use of in-camera sessions during meetings with university faculty, staff and students.
Parent complains to provincial ombudsman about online classes at Carleton University
The provincial ombudsman has been asked to look into Carleton University’s decision not to offer more in-person classes in the new year by a parent who says the school has provided little information about the situation.
Algoma University Board Unanimously Approves New Five-Year Academic Plan
Plans for continued development at Algoma University, including the introduction of graduate degrees, were made more evident this evening thanks to the unanimous adoption of the institution’s new five-year Academic Plan by the Board of Governors.
Young adults hit hard by pandemic’s economic impact, survey suggests
In a pandemic that has illuminated how the lives of seniors, parents and children were upended by COVID-19, new research shows that young adults are among the Canadians most battered by the economic impact of the public health crisis.
Universities across Canada addressing Indigenous identity fraud in wake of Carrie Bourassa investigation
First Nations University in Sask. planning for national dialogue on Indigenous identity.
Laurentian fires back at auditor general, says her demands violate Canadian constitution
Laurentian University has fired the latest shot in its ongoing court battle with Ontario’s auditor general.