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BY CHRISTINA FRANGOU | FEB 09 2021

Universities mark the first anniversary of the plane crash in Iran that killed 176 people, many connected to Canada’s academic community.

BY MICHAEL RANCIC | FEB 04 2021

With three shows in development, the Amplify network aims to bring peer-reviewed podcasts to the public.

BY AFFAIRES UNIVERSITAIRES | JAN 31 2021

Jeudi 28 janvier Des journées de consultation pour améliorer la santé mentale des étudiants La ministre de l’Enseignement supérieur, Danielle McCann, a tenu deux journées de consultation, les 26 et 27 janvier. Celles-ci visaient à trouver des moyens d’améliorer la santé mentale des étudiants. Au total, plus de 140 personnes ont été invitées à participer […]

BY TERRI COLES | JAN 28 2021

At the event, teams of Manitoba postsecondary students developed solutions to an issue now familiar to all in Canada’s university sector: how to improve online learning.

BY DIANE PETERS | JAN 27 2021

New expert report from the Council of Canadian Academies finds a growing number of doctoral graduates in Canada is having trouble transitioning to the labour market.

BY MATTHEW HALLIDAY | JAN 26 2021

The new online portal makes it simple to find research projects and contact primary investigators nationwide.

BY SHAUNA MCGINN | JAN 19 2021

With a Coast Salish design and modern fit, the new academic robes honour Kim Baird, the first Indigenous woman to serve as chancellor at the institution.

BY LAURA BEAULNE-STUEBING | JAN 15 2021

Tackling racism isn’t a ‘flash-in-the-pan kind of thing,’ says the head of the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing.

BY FATIMA SYED | JAN 11 2021

“Let us begin our time together by vowing to support each other while we do the hard work of challenging the status quo,” says faculty of law dean Donna Young.

BY UA/AU | JAN 01 2021

January 27, 2021 COVID cases on campus An outbreak of COVID-19 has been declared at McGill University. According to Fabrice Labeau, deputy provost, student life and learning, 44 students living in residence had tested positive for the virus as of Sunday, with most of the affected students residing in Royal Victoria College. The outbreak is […]

BY UA/AU | DEC 31 2020

December 23, 2020 COVID-19 cases on campus The University of Windsor has another three cases of COVID-19 to report. These new cases are unrelated to previously reported cases. Since the start of December, the university has reported eight new cases in its community. The Windsor-Essex region has had Ontario’s worst COVID infection rate for a […]

BY BRIAN OWENS | DEC 21 2020

The vital role these two programs continue to play in Canada’s research landscape highlights the vision of those who pushed to create them two decades ago.

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | DEC 16 2020

Latest review by Universities Canada of its member institutions also catalogues efforts towards reconciliation.

BY NATALIE SAMSON | DEC 16 2020

The university’s Teacher’s Pet profile series puts the spotlight on professors’ furry friends.

BY BRIAN OWENS | DEC 09 2020

Money was disbursed quickly, researchers stepped up, but some adjustments had to be made along the way.

BY NATALIE SAMSON | DEC 07 2020

The Halifax institution will be the first university in Atlantic Canada to launch a tuition waiver program for students who were previously in the foster care system.

BY AFFAIRES UNIVERSITAIRES | NOV 30 2020

Lundi 30 novembre La COVID-19 complique l’obtention de la résidence permanente pour les étudiants étrangers L’impossibilité de se rendre sur les campus canadiens pour suivre leurs cours universitaires qui a affecté de nombreux étudiants étrangers pendant plusieurs mois en raison de la pandémie n’est pas l’unique conséquence de cette crise sanitaire pour ce groupe. Dans […]

BY UA/AU | NOV 30 2020

November 30, 2020 COVID-19 cases on campus Over the weekend, the Middlesex-London Health Unit updated the case count for an outbreak at University Hospital on the Western University campus. The latest numbers show 26 patients and 28 staff members have contracted the virus. The increase in cases has prompted the hospital to postpone non-urgent surgeries […]

BY MARK CARDWELL | NOV 30 2020

The pandemic-related pause is meant to give students, staff and faculty extra time to prepare and rest up.

BY BECKY RYNOR | NOV 24 2020

For Canada to succeed in curbing COVID-19, all communities need to succeed, says Brock University president and co-investigator Gervan Fearon.