Critics say more emphasis needs to be placed on broader structural issues.
Those affected include over 100,000 postsecondary students, one expert estimates.
‘We punch above our weight in Canada because we collaborate,’ says one computer science professor, ‘and this has the potential to erode those collaborations.’
President says some recommendations are already being implemented, as this year’s orientation week approaches.
Analysis found that sex differences are often ignored and only 5 per cent of studies used best practices for discovering differences between the sexes.
The public lab will welcome a new cohort of students and public service employees every four months.
The move is targeted at ‘key sectors’ to address labour-market gaps, but what does it mean for universities?
Impetus for the initiative, which also includes the Canada Foundation for Innovation, dates back to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 calls to action.
The organization has faced criticism in recent years over incidents that put race and inclusion in the spotlight.
Organizers hope this annual event will raise awareness of the blossoming talent entering the Canadian film industry.
This new residence will provide 362 beds for first- and second-year students and is expected to be completed by 2024.
CUPE finds that 84% of postsecondary institutions now use private companies to provide some or all food services, while the rate is 61% for custodial services.
Lakehead project aims to restore one of several decades-old boats that are ‘catalysts for community building.’
The $2 million Health Canada initiative will help a handful of institutions better support students’ well-being.
Learning a second language sparks new connections in the brain that are stored as cognitive reserve.
Young leaders reflect on the legacy of the province’s largest-ever student protests.
The inaugural class of 23 students completed the joint program in Canadian common law and Indigenous legal orders this spring.
The Alberta government is supporting the community’s fight to keep university jobs local.
High-end applications represent the bleeding edge, but there are also opportunities for 5G technology to boost equity and close the digital divide.
The federal government is instead earmarking $1 billion to create an agency inspired by initiatives in Finland and Israel.