Globe and Mail
Black on Bay Street: Hadiya Roderique had it all. But still could not fit in
“On my way to becoming a lawyer, I learned that success isn’t necessarily about merit. It’s also about fitting in,” Hadiya Roderique writes.
Montreal hosts summit on gender equality in sciences
Between Monday and Wednesday, Montreal will be home to Gender Summit 11 North America 2017, the first the event has been held in Canada.
Opinion: Science in Canada needs funding, not photo-ops
There is no evidence the science minister or prime minister will provide the budget support needed to enact the Naylor report’s recommendations, Andrew Craig writes.
Concordia and McGill react to Quebec’s new campus sexual assault bill
Quebec introduced Bill 151, a law designed to combat sexual violence at universities and CEGEPs, at the National Assembly.
Indigenous communities and McMaster lab partner in water quality research
An interdisciplinary team of researchers will be working with Six Nations of the Grand River and the Lubicon Cree Nation of Little Buffalo in a three-year water quality project.
Arctic explorers, Indigenous knowledge
Maura Hanrahan delves into the expeditions and Inuit interactions of Newfoundland and Labrador’s Capt. Bob Bartlett.