CUPE says Dalhousie tried to ‘intimidate’ union into accepting offer as talks dissolve
About 1,500 school staff at Dalhousie University are back on the picket lines after talks between their union and the Halifax university failed.
Important link between cancer drugs and heart failure found by Winnipeg researchers
A Winnipeg doctor’s cutting-edge research has found an important link between heart failure and cancer-fighting drugs, a finding that could help many battling the disease.
‘I don’t belong here’: Housed but homeless at a prestigious Canadian university
It is time to move the conversation from housing to “homing,” and provide young people who have experienced homelessness with the social and financial support they need to break free from the cycle of homelessness.
Will it help Canadians if Ottawa eliminates student loan debt?
The federal government announced on Thursday in its fall fiscal update that the federal portion of student loan interest would be permanently eliminated come April 2023.