The wins cap a string of honours for the magazine and website over the past two years.
What’s it like to be a part of the Band of the Ceremonial Guard?
It’s a hot issue in Quebec, where the mineral is a major export product, despite efforts to ban it.
A McMaster astrophysicist gets his turn in the limelight.
The next time an article in a science journal posits a general theory of human behaviour, view its conclusions skeptically.
Report features mock movie posters that spotlight 21 of the university’s “A-list cast of characters”.
Is there a lesson here for Canadian governments?
On that point there’s no argument, but educators don’t agree about how much it matters.
Preparing the East Coast remains for display was a long and messy job, but the skeleton is now turning heads at UBC.
A bill that would govern foreign education providers was the hot topic at a recent AUCC workshop on India held in Ottawa.
Astute grads get stamp of approval.
Superhuman efforts won’t be needed for success.
The grinning jack-o’-lantern painted on its dome – they say students did it – masks a long and rich history for the building officially called the Louis B. Stewart Observatory, but better known as the University of Toronto’s Students’ Union building.
Students, faculty and staff from across Canada meet to address problems in accessing care.
It was a challenge that couldn’t be refused.
Professors and students at Université Laval work to prevent the city’s prized shade trees from disappearing.
Marjan Eggermont teaches engineers to get the lead out – the lead pencil, that is.
The concept is gaining traction in Canada but has not yet become “the kind of national movement that we’d hoped”.
New proposed tariff is significantly higher than previous fee regime and will now also cover digital works.
This online resource attracts motivated learners with quirky course offerings and Creative Commons education materials.