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Looking back at 2016: Advancing Aboriginal achievement on campus
Plenty of work still lies ahead, but the University of Saskatchewan has made significant strides in support of Aboriginal achievement over the course of 2016.
Layoff clause main sticking point as CBU contract talks falter
Cape Breton University’s faculty association says language in Article 39 doesn’t provide enough job security.
Carleton University football player suspended two years for doping
Canada’s leading anti-doping agency has issued a suspension to a Carleton University football player who tested positive for a banned substance following last year’s Panda Game.
U of T scholars have spent 47 years painstakingly trying to preserve Old English
To English-speakers today, the language in its earliest form — spoken over a millennium ago — seems like straight-up gibberish.
Video: Canadian universities see jump in American applications after Trump’s election win
No one can say for sure if the presidential election is the cause, but schools north of the border are anticipating more international students.