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By ROSANNA TAMBURRI | July 07 2015

New digital planning tool will be made available to other universities.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | June 30 2015

Canada’s universities have adopted a set of principles outlining their “shared commitment” to enhancing educational opportunities for indigenous students. Universities Canada, the association representing the country’s public and private not-for-profit universities, said closing the education gap between indigenous and non-indigenous students is a long-term core priority. Fewer than 10 per cent of indigenous people in […]

By JENNIFER HALSALL | June 23 2015

U of Winnipeg and Lakehead University plan to implement new requirement for all undergrads starting next year.

By BECKY RYNOR | June 22 2015

Her database of skin tissue could ultimately help solve cases of missing aboriginal women.

By ROSANNA TAMBURRI | June 17 2015

Outgoing principal of Brescia University College Colleen Hanycz reflects on challenges facing women’s colleges.

By ROSANNA TAMBURRI | June 11 2015

U of Windsor initiative reduced rape by almost 50 percent.

By ROSANNA TAMBURRI | June 10 2015

Even students who don’t choose to practice euthanasia will need to learn how to discuss the topic with their patients.

By MARIE LAMBERT-CHAN | June 09 2015

The “Kijiji Index” looks at who is buying what online.

By JENNIFER HALSALL | June 09 2015

Stylish Student Learning Centre a new gateway to campus.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | June 09 2015

Brock university celebrated the arrival to campus of a four-metre-tall statue of namesake Sir Isaac Brock in mid-March. Brock was a major-general in the British Army and hero of the War of 1812 who died in battle not far from the current campus location. The 1.5-tonne bronze sculpture, by Canadian artist Danek Mozdzenski, was cast […]

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | June 03 2015

A big night for the publication, which garnered three gold awards, a silver and a total of 10 nominations at major publishing event.

By ROSANNA TAMBURRI | June 02 2015

Rebuilding the institution remains a big task for its new president.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | May 29 2015

Liberation Scholarship program unveiled during visit by Dutch king and queen.

By HANNAH HOAG | May 20 2015

People want to hear about our science success stories, says project founder Molly Shoichet.


A strong university helps build a strong city and vice versa, says U of T’s Meric Gertler.


Three successive political science classes have teamed up with community members to make a case for local landmark

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | May 12 2015

Stepping down as president in August, Dr. Helfand discusses his role at this unique Canadian experiment in postsecondary education

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | April 30 2015

On the contrary, the labour market is functioning as it should, says new report by the Council of Canadian Academies.

By JENNIFER HALSALL | April 29 2015

Campus event aims to celebrate the end of the academic year and honour someone special

By ELIZABETH RAYMER | April 27 2015

Academics say the climate around free speech differs in Canada from the U.S.