Ryerson, York students hold 1-day strike to protest provincial education cuts
Hundreds of university students skipped class on Wednesday to take part in a one-day strike protesting education cuts made by the Ford government in Ontario.
Meng Wanzhou arrest caused UBC leaders concern over enrolment, fundraising, internal documents show
The email records come at a time when post-secondary institutions around the world have come under increased scrutiny over their ties to China.
UNBC Faculty Association walks off the job
The UNBC Faculty Association issued a 72-hour strike notice on Monday, and teachers began picketing at 7:30 a.m. Thursday.
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Research university group adds 3 members
A month after the Association of American Universities proposed and then withdrew a plan to expel its two Canadian members, the University of Toronto and McGill University, the research university group on Wednesday added three new members — its first additions since 2012.