Leaders and advocates in the university sector decry the latest federal budget as a missed opportunity to support early-career researchers and to heed the recommendations of the Advisory Panel on the Federal Research Support System.
Canadian universities largely unaffected by China’s sudden ban on international credentials obtained online
The ban comes three years after China had agreed to recognize coursework completed online at foreign institutions during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The provincial government unveiled its 2022–2027 action plan to prevent and counter sexual violence in higher education.
Concern rises about potential research chill as new rules are extended across federal research-funding agencies.
Students design unique mobile maple syrup production unit.
One of the main goals of the survey is to identify equity gaps among students and staff.
Are universities properly preparing their people for when something goes wrong on campus?
A team of veterinarians, techs and students performed a rare spinal surgery on the bird.
The audit found that some universities have struggled to fill a funding gap created by the province’s decision to reduce and freeze domestic tuition fees.
Developed by the University of Ottawa and Clinique juridique de Saint-Michel, it has already been taught at four universities.
The coaching team includes former Olympic curlers Jocelyn Peterman, Brett Gallant, Lanie Peters and John Morris.
The podcast features frank discussions on navigating academic work as a woman, a racialized scholar and a person traditionally underrepresented in higher education.
Five Canadian universities will each host a Jarislowsky Chair in Trust and Political Leadership starting this July.
The initiative is part of the Quebec university’s multi-year sustainable development plan.
Faculty and staff look forward to stability as online university makes a modest increase in its local presence.
In an effort to revitalize its long-neglected downtown core, the Ontario city has partnered with an international business group specializing in higher education.
This unique mode of transportation will have capacity for about 3,000 passengers per hour in each direction.
With over 100,000 pieces spanning the architect’s career, the archive will be the university’s largest collection.
Improving the cohesiveness, openness and agility of Canada’s research support system is the core mandate of the federal government’s new advisory panel.
The redesign is part of a multi-year plan to improve access to collections, spaces and services, and to make the LAC more responsive to users’ needs.