Data from the 2018 Canadian University Survey Consortium report provide insights on the school-to-work transition.
The Indigenous Voices Awards are just one way the Indigenous Literary Studies Association is building reciprocal relationships with artists.
“I wish that fellow students would not think it’s weird that the classmate sitting next to them has a guide dog,” says Michelle Woolfrey.
To build empathy and find solutions, civic leaders and service providers were asked to navigate the web of local agencies.
The celebration is just one way that LGBTQ students are affirming their identities at the faith-based campus.
The platform has gained new members and is getting ready to launch La Conversation Canada en français.
Quebec’s universities will see their operating grants increase under a new funding policy that uses a simplified calculation formula.
The change should divert about 175,000 straws and 155,000 bags from landfills.
Although women make up the majority of university graduates, they remain underrepresented in academia.
Survey shows universities have made efforts to boost Indigenous faculty, programs and spaces to bridge the education gap.
The educational initiative “was humanizing when every aspect of imprisonment is dehumanizing,” says a former participant.
Colleges seeking university status aren’t just looking to change their institutions – they’re aiming to change what a university can be.
In more than 4,000 paintings over 15 years, Brandon University stands out as a favourite subject of plein-air painter Weiming Zhao.
Quebec needs more teaching graduates to respond to growing K-12 enrolment; meanwhile, the rest of Canada is also looking for French-speaking teachers.
“Tackling these questions in an open, transparent and scholarly way is one of the things we’re doing to make ourselves more welcoming as a community to people of diverse racial backgrounds,” said King’s president.
Seed banks are helping researchers resurrect plants from the past and create crops for the future.
Ebola researcher Gary Kobinger, a 20-year-old research team and an assistive-technologies pioneer are among those being honoured.
The City of Montreal has partnered with university researchers in a major project to decontaminate an old industrial site through vegetation.
Student mobility and research collaboration will be among the items under discussion.
The initiative builds on a pilot project in Nova Scotia to combat the region’s shrinking and aging population.