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By ANQI SHEN | September 20 2018

National Post New Brunswick Liberals commit to increasing post-secondary education spending New Brunswick’s Liberal leader says he would continue to increase spending on post-secondary education if his government is re-elected Monday. Toronto Star Ryerson partners with Nishnawbe Aski First Nations to address ‘desperate’ housing crisis Nishnawbe Aski Nation Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler is in Toronto […]

By ANQI SHEN | September 19 2018

CBC When your ‘A’ becomes a ‘C’ — Ontario university downgrades marks from some high schools At the University of Waterloo’s engineering program, sometimes an “A” on a high school transcript isn’t really an “A.” Global University of Saskatchewan ‘building reconciliation’ through forum The U of S says it’s taking steps towards reconciliation by hosting […]

By ANQI SHEN | September 18 2018

Calgary Herald University of Lethbridge says okay to cannabis, but students expected to ‘not be impaired’ in class Consuming cannabis in designated areas has been given the green light by the University of Lethbridge. Montreal Gazette Bones, brains, bladders: McGill opens body parts museum to the public Interactive tablets will offer insights on the specimens, […]

By ANQI SHEN | September 17 2018

Globe and Mail New University of Toronto tower to address student housing crunch While campus life is back in full swing at universities across the country, the University of Toronto is busy making plans to improve the accommodation shortfall for its students. Globe and Mail Canlit versus its scholars A recent call for papers for […]

By ANQI SHEN | September 14 2018

CBC MUN president Gary Kachanoski to finish term early The president of Memorial University of Newfoundland will be stepping down from the top job early, in December 2019, the university announced Thursday. Global News UBC researchers develop wearable ultrasound device the size of a Band-Aid A made-in-B.C. technological breakthrough has the promise of providing easy […]

By ANQI SHEN | September 13 2018

CTV Colleges, universities moving fast to make campuses smoke-free The number of fully smoke-free post-secondary campuses in Canada more than quadrupled between 2016 and 2018, according to a new report. CBC Controversial prof fired for privacy breach, harassment, Acadia letter reveals Acadia University says professor Rick Mehta harassed and intimidated his colleagues and students, breached […]

By ANQI SHEN | September 10 2018

Times Colonist Class act: $7-million gift boosts Royal Roads University Royal Roads University students will have the use of three new laboratories and 11 classrooms following Friday’s opening of the Sherman Jen building, paid for in part by a $7-million donation. CBC Rising sexual misconduct complaints at UWindsor an ‘intended and desired’ shift The number […]

By ANQI SHEN | September 07 2018

CBC What it means to be the first in the family to attend university — these students tell their story Here are the stories of three students who are forging a new path for themselves. Winnipeg Free Press Students’ union wants U of M to fund sexual violence support, prevention centre In the wake of […]

By ANQI SHEN | September 06 2018

Ottawa Citizen Canada’s $950-million bet on innovation gets set to take the next step Five hubs have been hammering out details and funding agreements with Ottawa and some expect launch projects this fall. CBC Sexual assault counsellor headed to University of Manitoba campus amid misconduct investigations After the U of M announced internal investigations into […]

By ANQI SHEN | September 05 2018

CBC Seriously ill international students could be forced to leave Manitoba under new health insurance plan International students in Manitoba who become seriously or terminally ill may be forced to return to their countries of origin or risk losing coverage under their new private health insurance plan. Calgary Herald Province pushing cannabis education campaign A […]

By ANQI SHEN | September 04 2018

Ottawa Citizen Wilfrid Laurier’s statement of defence says Jordan Peterson should really be suing Lindsay Shepherd The university also says that Peterson has no grounds to sue for damage to his reputation, because this whole situation has only boosted his profile. Global News Is it time for Canadian universities to ban student-professor relationships? The former […]

By ANQI SHEN | August 31 2018

Globe and Mail Doug Ford says Ontario postsecondary schools will require free-speech policies The Ontario Premier Doug has warned universities and colleges they will face funding cuts if they fail to adopt free-speech policies that defend controversial speakers on campus. CBC Meet the people trying to de-colonize Innu education in Labrador Innu — also known […]

By ANQI SHEN | August 30 2018

Ottawa Citizen Canadian fraternities address issues from #MeToo In light of the #MeToo movement, some fraternities in Canada say they want to provide training to their members on matters of consent and sexual violence. CBC Ableism rife in Ontario schools, rights commission says The province’s schools and universities are lagging when it comes to accommodating […]

By ANQI SHEN | August 28 2018

Ottawa Business Journal Ottawa universities, colleges working to boost employment levels of graduates with disabilities The David C. Onley Initiative for Employment and Enterprise Development is a two-year, $5-million pilot project funded by Ontario’s Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. CTV Canadian universities, colleges working to Indigenize programs, campus life This summer some post-secondary institutions […]

By ANQI SHEN | August 27 2018

CBC ‘Universities don’t become different just by wishing for it’: Eve Tuck on the challenge of changing academia For Eve Tuck, Indigenization in post-secondary institutions is less about what words or mandates universities adopt, and more about who and how they are hired. CBC The politics of citation: Is the peer review process biased against […]

By ANQI SHEN | August 24 2018

Toronto Star Canadian universities ‘flying blind’ into cannabis legalization Marijuana legalization is around the corner, but university students may have to think twice before reaching for their joints, pipes and bongs between classes. CBC York students prep for frosh week by learning how to administer life-saving anti-overdose drug As frosh week approaches, a group of […]

By ANQI SHEN | August 23 2018

The Star Edmonton Amid opioid fears, Alberta universities offer students a dose of reality for back-to-school On Monday, Health Canada issued a nationwide alert to post-secondary students, warning them of the signs and hazards of opioid overdose. CBC New Brunswick universities ready to roll with cannabis legalization In keeping with the New Brunswick-wide Cannabis Control […]

By ANQI SHEN | August 22 2018

Ottawa Citizen UBC researchers have found a way to make donated blood universal A particular type of gut bacteria strips away antigens from human blood and effectively makes it type-O. National Post Former Brock professor censured over ‘vulgar’ social media posts criticizing Indigenous people Brock University said its senate committee voted unanimously last week to […]

By ANQI SHEN | August 21 2018

Montreal Gazette McGill University launches ‘historic’ partnership with Kahnawake Mohawks The 120-credit college program was designed in collaboration with Mohawk educators and will be taught on the South Shore territory. Toronto Star York University accused of breaching settlement over support for sexual assault survivors York is being taken back to the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal […]

By ANQI SHEN | August 20 2018

National Post Hospitals to see ‘delays’ in care after losing Saudi students, health group says The loss of Saudi Arabian resident physicians in Canada’s hospitals will likely cause delays, but ultimately won’t impact the quality of care, says a health care group that represents the majority of university hospitals. Lawyer’s Daily Lawyers foresee bumpy road […]