Globe and Mail
Two women on how ‘nerve’ shaped their leadership in academia and corporate boardrooms
Martha Piper and Indira Samarasekera reached the top ranks of academia, breaking new ground as the first – and only – female presidents of two of the country’s foremost universities.
Four in five Canadian students want a post-secondary education that matches their digital lifestyle
Post-secondary students feel their schools did a good job under the circumstances but remain anxious about COVID-19.
‘This isn’t who we are’: UOttawa students association apologizes for Panda Game party damage in Sandy Hill
The University of Ottawa Students’ Union is promising to work with the Sandy Hill community, the university and municipal leaders to find solutions for future Panda Game events following last weekend’s street party in Sandy Hill.
UPEI creating medical school ‘co-degree’ in partnership with Memorial University
Faculty will provide 20 seats for Island students, including at least one for an Indigenous student.
Exemptions granted for post-secondary convocation ceremonies in Alberta
Alberta postsecondary institutions have been granted an exemption from public health guidelines to host indoor convocation ceremonies.