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.
Ontario’s 2018 budget cuts to French-language services denounced in a collection of poems by Franco-Ontarian academics.
Several universities are pursuing initiatives to train students and workers, support industry and safeguard our country’s critical infrastructure.
The award-winning organization specializing in educational forays into the Arctic and Antarctic celebrates its 20th anniversary next year.
Changes affect four equity-seeking groups: women, persons with disabilities, Indigenous people and visible minorities.
Program also aims to diversify source countries for incoming international students.
A unique endowment at the University of Alberta funds rare book acquisitions – one for each of the institution’s honorary degree recipients.
For visually impaired students, a lack of accessible learning materials “creates enormous barriers to success.”
Students will be trained in the creative and business sides of the toy and game industry.
The new network of regional centers of excellence comes on the heels of Canada’s first national accessibility law.
One program, Knowledge Makers, was recently recognized with the Alan Blizzard Award for excellence in teaching collaboration.
Boosting the number of Indigenous medical students, bolstering Indigenous curriculum among measures promised.
“Typically in vet practice, the routine is to … check the boxes. I realized very quickly that that was not the way to go about it – it was about establishing a relationship first.”
After decades of grassroots work by Black scholars, a few universities have started offering Black Canadian studies programs. Will it be enough to start reversing what one professor calls Canada’s “Black brain drain”?
Recent allegations of mismanagement have stained the reputations of several student unions across Canada.