Trudeau pledges Francophone support
Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau promoted the value of the French language and of studying in Canada at the 18th Francophonie Summit which took place in Tunisia from November 19-20.
Queen’s University principal calls for end to tuition freeze
Despite the frigid temperatures being felt throughout southeastern Ontario, there’s one thing that might not stay frozen for much longer — university tuition rates.
New Dalhousie University international students facing hefty tuition hikes
A hefty increase in tuition could be coming for many new international students at Dalhousie University, much to the dismay of people already studying at the Halifax institution.
NSCAD staff reach tentative agreement with university
Full-time, part-time and pro-rated staff at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD) have reached a tentative, four-year agreement with the university.
U of A staff ask administration to bring back campus mask mandate
The Association of Academic Staff University of Alberta (AASUA) sent a letter with the request to the board of governors’ chair and president Bill Flanagan on Saturday following its annual general meeting.