A Q&A with Toronto physician Nav Persaud, who has raised red flags about the effectiveness of the morning sickness pill Diclectin.
Some are stocking naloxone kits, while others are pushing increased public awareness.
Thanks to a PhD student, the university is the latest institution to join the #Lightbrary movement against SAD.
Kent Monkman’s exhibition showcases Canada’s shame and prejudice.
CFI aims to secure ongoing operation and maintenance funds for research facilities including Canada’s only research icebreaker.
At a recent panel discussion at McGill, medical experts and retired athletes called for more research and education around traumatic brain injuries.
Laura Taylor was a 33-year-old med student and goalie with the women’s hockey team.
Restrictions on the importation of zebrafish are impeding important animal-based studies.
At the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, attendees confront a new troubling reality
Arctic researcher Dany Dumont has mobilized the varsity canoe team in the name of science.
A panel of university experts discuss the need for economic opportunity, flexible education and inclusive spaces for newcomers to Canada.
At a conference in Ottawa, academics, policymakers, students and community leaders addressed the role universities can play in reconciling Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.
Stan Kutcher aims to improve mental health triage on campus with Pathway through Mental Health Care for Postsecondary Settings Project.
Drawing on post-Tiananmen Square experiences, Ruth Hayhoe says it’s better to engage with U.S. colleagues.
With a limited alumni pool and resources, small- and medium-sized universities leverage personal connections to find donors.
“I immediately fell in love with how visceral it is and how hard it is, and how it’s really like learning a language.”
This is happening just in time for the university’s 50th anniversary in 2017.
Much can be done to better support Indigenous students at all levels, she says.
Several Canadian universities have had their IT systems taken hostage over the past year.
The impact of the executive order is “real, immediate and profound,” says Universities Canada head Paul Davidson.