When Montreal opened itself to the world and invited it in.
Proposal to change the governance of Canadian Interuniversity Sport stems from a series of contentious issues in recent years.
Professors can now have students turn their cellphones into a classroom response system.
It is the only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World still in existence, and yet the Great Pyramid of Giza remains an enigma.
Calling on teens to “escape their parents.”
Copyright Board ends confusion over rates with an interim tariff, but digital environment and a new copyright bill could change the rules again
Guy Corriveau’s job is to ensure people on campus know what to do when disaster strikes.
Counterfeit or mislabelled foodstuffs are problems that plague the food industry, and a professor at the University of Saskatchewan believes he’s found a way to eliminate it.
On the last Monday of each month, Carleton University music instructor Tim Bedner holds a Jazz Mentor Night at downtown club Café Paradiso to bring university students and Ottawa’s jazz experts together to perform.
New state-of-the-art facility will put cars through their paces – rain or shine.
Do students know what they’re really getting into when they go to university?
Revised document reflects challenges faced by social science and humanities researchers.
As director of animal care at Memorial University, Jennifer Keyte has the task of ensuring the ethical and humane treatment of her charges.
Gambling researchers try to raise awareness with university counsellors in Canada about the devastating consequences of gambling addiction.
Academic freedom, undergraduate education and aboriginal achievement among topics for discussion at workshops for Canadian university presidents.
It’s what university fundraisers dream of: the Big Gift.
It’s a simple online screening tool to check the amount you drink – and it works, says its developer, University of Toronto professor John Cunningham.
Adverse trait could seriously affect a professor’s career, new study ﬁnds.
A professor at the Royal Military College of Canada is using pumpkins to remove contaminants from soil, a strategy that she says is potentially cheaper and more environmentally friendly than the conventional approach of digging up and removing the soil.
An English professor serves up Chinese culture with a Canadian flavour.