UBC issues urgent alert, braces for natural gas shortage after pipeline explosion
“Heat, hot water and cooking equipment are considered essential, but community members are asked to reduce their usage wherever possible. Anyone using natural gas for other purposes, such as research, is asked to take steps immediately to stop that use.”
‘These words just kept on repeating in my head’: U of Saskatchewan student speaks out after being harassed about wearing a hijab
The university has since banned the 24-year-old man from its campus.
P.E.I. schools get $1.5M for international student recruitment
Ottawa and the P.E.I. government are providing some help to the University of Prince Edward Island, Holland College and Collège de l’Île so they can recruit more international students.
New U of Saskatchewan strategy steeped in ideas of reconciliation
Indigenization was such an important part of the University of Saskatchewan’s new plan that it was gifted with an Indigenous name.
University of Ottawa undergraduates launch bid to replace embattled student federation
The University of Ottawa Students’ Union, headed by eight students not connected with the ousted federation, has outlined plans for a new governance structure and intends to bring its proposals to students and administrators.