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Queen’s University terrorism researcher Amarnath Amarasingam is no stranger to intersectoral strife.
A new hydroponic system will allow the university to harvest hundreds of pounds of greens a month out of a refurbished shipping container.
Thanks to researcher Shannon Berch, UBC might be the first Canadian university to successfully cultivate the pricey foodie staple.
The university estimates that students who opt for the ZTC degree program could save $5,000 over four years by exclusively using open-access course texts and library course reserves.
He just wouldn’t stay away.
Emily Carr University of Art + Design cancelled classes in solidarity with the Global Climate Strike in September.
Leiden circa 1630: Rembrandt Emerges puts the Dutch master’s hometown in the spotlight.
The Bridge Prize was established as the University of Lethbridge’s “Giller Prize for students,” says dean of liberal education.
The University of New Brunswick Woodsmen aren’t your grandfather’s lumberjacks.
Professors created a graphic novel and simulations to prepare students for treating opioid overdoses.
A unique endowment at the University of Alberta funds rare book acquisitions – one for each of the institution’s honorary degree recipients.
Students will be trained in the creative and business sides of the toy and game industry.
The new network of regional centers of excellence comes on the heels of Canada’s first national accessibility law.
“Typically in vet practice, the routine is to … check the boxes. I realized very quickly that that was not the way to go about it – it was about establishing a relationship first.”
“For every individual person who disagrees with what I do, I have three people who support me,” says the philosophy student and linebacker at the University of Manitoba.
Adaptations of the history scholar’s work take centre stage at the theatre festival.
Prolific academic, author and advocate Silver Donald Cameron will be the first to hold the three-year appointment.
The team will race against military crews from seven other nations in a commemorative restaging of the King’s Cup held in 1919.
If it’s played in gym class, it’s played in Recess League, a lunchtime sports program for the nine-to-five crowd.
Opened in 1965, the lab has helped to ensure that iconic structures like the CN Tower and the Confederation Bridge are safe.