U of Calgary lab is the only one permitted by Health Canada to infect people with a cold virus, but they have difficulty finding volunteers for their studies.
Pilot study gives “a good approximation” of how many people are consuming the drugs.
Process has been used in Canada’s criminal justice system for decades and, informally, with students at Canadian universities.
New CCA report says libraries, archives, galleries and museums must embrace digitization to remain relevant.
Mountain climber TA Loeffler says she wants to inspire people to be more active and to have big dreams.
In an interview, study architect Ross Finnie tells anxious parents, just relax.
Sex-ed program FOXY, founded by U of T grad student Candice Lys, wins Arctic Inspiration Prize.
The ability to measure results from digital campaigns is pushing universities in a new direction.
But, despite its rising importance, the field suffers from growing pains, say academics.
The portrayal of clergy in fiction is the theme of a new book by Sue Sorensen, an associate professor of English at Canadian Mennonite University. The Collar: Reading Christian Ministry in Fiction, Television, and Film is described by publisher Cascade Books as “a wide-ranging study of the many ways – heroic or comic, shrewd or […]
The experience has improved their lives and opened up their world, says U of Lethbridge professor.
A panel of faculty from five universities discussed how sexual violence should be addressed on campus.
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Smaller publishers are the most active exporters, study finds.
But at least one university is fighting back with an awareness campaign to ease the pressure.
Project led by two U of Calgary engineering professors ensures a reliable supply.
Those in their mid-40s and younger are squeezed by low incomes, high costs and less time, says UBC’s Paul Kershaw.
Some students will be able to combine their undergrad studies with a master’s of management.
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Canada Research Chairs program is responding to research that shows referees write weaker letters of recommendation for female candidates than for male candidates.