Globe and Mail
Canadian researchers test new stem-cell therapy for diabetes
A Vancouver man with Type 1 diabetes is the first Canadian to receive an experimental stem-cell therapy, UBC researchers announced Tuesday.
Professor put on leave after allegedly mocking U of G student with ‘severe anxiety’
The University of Guelph is investigating claims by students about a professor who allegedly made controversial comments to a student and his aid worker in a class Monday night.
B.C. post secondary institutions add 2,900 spaces in technology programs
Provincial startup funding of $4.4 million will help create new spots in classrooms.
Kamloops This Week
Full engineering degree coming to Thompson Rivers University in 2019
The B.C. NDP government is making good on a pre-election pledge by the
then-governing B.C. Liberals.
Homeowners oppose expansion of McMaster’s off-campus housing project
Some homeowners near McMaster University aren’t happy with an increase in the number of units planned for a new student residence building a stone’s throw from campus.
New toolkit launches to help educators connect students with employers
Workforce WindsorEssex has launched a toolkit to help educators connect their students with local employers.