Cannabis on campus: how B.C. universities plan to deal with the coming legalization of pot
Universities and colleges in B.C. will need to re-evaluate their smoking policies in preparation for the proposed legalization of marijuana set for July 1, 2018.
Queen’s University launches research collaboration with Ethiopian university
The $24-million project will see teachers from the African country further their training in Canada, while hundreds of students will get funding for a post-secondary education.
U of M gave positive reference check for former prof accused of sexual harassment: Berklee College
Privacy law restricts sharing information in reference checks, says the University of Manitoba.
University of Windsor aims to fight Islamophobia through conversation
Muslims and non-Muslims came together for an open discussion in an effort to break down stereotypes and suggest possible solutions.
Educators raise alarm over declining scores for applied students
Mary Reid, a professor at OISE, raised concerns about poor standardized test results for high school students in applied courses, calling them “alarming.”