The new board chair of Universities Canada lays out her priorities.
Variations in the language used by men and women in their applications didn’t seem to be a factor, however.
Emily Carr University of Art + Design cancelled classes in solidarity with the Global Climate Strike in September.
The survey, which closes December 6, aims to address the lack of data on equity, diversity and inclusion in the postsecondary sector.
Approaches to the controversial policy varied across the province, leaving some postsecondary institutions worse off than others.
Leiden circa 1630: Rembrandt Emerges puts the Dutch master’s hometown in the spotlight.
Universities Canada’s first-ever survey on EDI lets members compare results, share best practices.
The Bridge Prize was established as the University of Lethbridge’s “Giller Prize for students,” says dean of liberal education.
The University of New Brunswick Woodsmen aren’t your grandfather’s lumberjacks.
The university’s initiative is one of a patchwork of such programs across the country.
Professors created a graphic novel and simulations to prepare students for treating opioid overdoses.
Participants at the fifth annual Building Reconciliation Forum discussed the importance of acknowledging past mistakes, building meaningful community relationships and “unlearning.”
Scientists have found that urban animals are not just adapting their behaviours, but changing at a genetic level compared to their country cousins.
“We Are Hockey” celebrates hockey players of colour and their impact on the sport in Canada.
With the agreement between the governments of Canada and Ontario, the creation of the Université de l’Ontario français nears reality.
Report leads to formal apology from Dalhousie president to Black community members and a pledge to respond to anti-Black racism.
After a strong student turnout in 2015, Elections Canada and student-led organizations have expanded their get-out-the-vote programs before the federal election this month.
87 percent of students say university has so far met or exceeded their expectations, according to the Canadian University Survey Consortium.
Barbie’s You Can Be Anything campaign matches girls up with female mentors excelling in male-dominated fields.
In an open letter signed by hundreds, they argue it’s time to abandon the CCV and move to a simpler solution.