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BY MATTHEW HALLIDAY | JAN 04 2022

The SciCards highlight unique and extraordinary animals, plants and even molecules.

BY CATHERINE COUTURIER | JAN 03 2022

Launched in 2019, the program is preparing to enter new stages, despite the pandemic.

BY TARA SIEBARTH | DEC 31 2021

December 23, 2021   Winter 2022 semesters will mostly start online across the country   British Columbia Most universities in British Columbia are planning on returning to in-person learning for the Winter 2022 semester. This comes after a statement released by Bonnie Henry, the provincial health officer wrote a letter to BC institutions, recommending universities […]

BY MAXIME BILODEAU | DEC 23 2021

Contributing to the most powerful space telescope in the world has helped the country emerge as a leader in astronomy research.

BY SHAUNA MCGINN | DEC 15 2021

Sexual minorities are still experiencing barriers to care, says a professor overhauling curriculum at Dalhousie University.

BY DIANE PETERS | DEC 13 2021

Computer scientists and statisticians are starting to create datasets that mimic important properties of the real thing, which could help ease privacy concerns.

BY STEPHEN LEAHY | DEC 08 2021

Only 10 institutions have announced full or partial divestment, compared to more than half of public universities in the U.K.

BY TAYO BERO | DEC 02 2021

Universities and colleges across Canada now have a new set of guidelines to address racism and promote Black inclusion at their institutions.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | DEC 01 2021

Universities and colleges are hoping to send students from non-traditional backgrounds to work and study abroad.

BY TARA SIEBARTH | NOV 30 2021

November 24, 2021 USask will bring back in-person lectures of 200 or more students The University of Saskatchewan is announcing more in-person instruction for the winter team, according to the Star Phoenix. Thirty classes of more than 200 students each are “on deck” for the winter term, including “a very isolated few” in the 400 […]

BY SPARROW MCGOWAN | NOV 24 2021

Flexible work arrangements are becoming key factors in recruitment and retention.

BY RILEY YESNO | NOV 22 2021

The university is now seeking input from members of the community through Dec. 7.

BY MARK CARDWELL | NOV 17 2021

For nearly two years, employees who handle everything from media relations to website development have been working long hours, often under intense pressure.

BY EMILY BARON CADLOFF | NOV 16 2021

Alleged assaults at Western prompted policy reviews across Ontario, but it’s unclear what changes will come from them.

BY SHAUNA MCGINN | NOV 04 2021

Although part of a new residence hall, venue will have features to ensure sound doesn’t carry.

BY MATTHEW HALLIDAY | NOV 03 2021

Many campuses have spent recent months conducting emergency retrofits of HVAC systems, installing new hardware and devising novel solutions for older buildings.

BY LAURA BEAULNE-STUEBING | NOV 01 2021

AMAZE: A McGill A-Z Experience also celebrates the university’s 200th birthday.

BY TARA SIEBARTH | OCT 31 2021

October 27, 2021 More universities announce return-to-normal plans for winter semester According to a statement released on Oct. 21, McMaster University is planning to resume in-person classes in the winter term, with very limited exceptions. “Teams across campus are also planning to ramp up on-campus student life activities so they are closer to, if not meeting, […]

BY JULIE CAFLEY | OCT 26 2021

The two former university presidents speak with an academic who studies higher education leadership and governance about improving opportunities for women.

BY SHAUNA MCGINN | OCT 26 2021

Hügelkultur garden beds are made from natural materials in the immediate area, which prevents invasive species from spreading.