As Nova Scotia teachers nix reference letters, universities rethink applications
Scholarship and program applications often require a reference letter, but teachers aren’t writing them.
Nunavut law program set to return in 2017 as application deadline looms
This is the first time a law program has been offered in the territory for more than a decade.
Astronomers pinpoint location of fast radio burst from faint galaxy
In March 2016, McGill University PhD student Paul Scholz found that a previously discovered fast radio burst was repeating, which was a first.
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Contract negotiations between CBU, faculty association resume Thursday
CBUFA has been in a legal strike position since Dec. 26 and could walk off the job or be locked out by the university with 48 hours notice.
Yukon’s female engineers are looking to ‘make a few waves’ in gender diversity
‘I think the whole country has their work cut out for ’em,’ says Sandra MacDougall, an engineer in Yukon.