Emotional convocation for McGill law grad who escaped Rwandan genocide
‘It took a lot of dedication, time and courage, and so I’m extremely excited,’ says Moses Gashirabake.
4 ‘lost stories’ from Canadian history being told through public art
Concordia University’s Lost Stories Project has solicited tales from Canadian history and commissioned artists to tell them to a wider audience in public spaces.
Charge what it’s worth: Dean of business says low tuition not best for MUN or province
Wilfred Zerbe says raising tuition could bring in badly needed revenue.
Dalhousie Indigenous student centre moves to larger space
The new space is expected to virtually eliminate barriers to performing sacred smudging ceremonies.
Immigration minister announces changes to express entry program
The federal government has made changes, awarding more points to applicants who have siblings in Canada and those who have strong French language skills.