Indigenous students learn about biofuels, traditional medicines at science camp in Saskatchewan
First Nations University of Canada played host to 40 youth from across Canada.
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Research grant at Cape Breton University will assist probe into method of traditional healing
Research into the traditional Mi’kmaq practice of using birch bark oil in the treatment of skin conditions has attracted $150,000 in funding.
X-rays and cadavers: How professors from Ottawa, Waterloo are enhancing concussion research
Researchers hope the findings could be used to modernize helmet certifications.
Education task force suggests overhaul of inclusive education, math and reading curriculums
The task force states the province should hold an annual meeting with Memorial U’s faculty of education to discuss how university programs align with the needs of schools.
Opinion: Alberta should cap pay for university executives
Capping compensation for administrators in Alberta would benefit students and would align the province with the country’s most revered schools, Jason Herring writes.