Institutions of higher learning are ideally places where there is deliberation and reflection on hard questions, and a shared grappling with the public good.
The move signals ‘a new chapter,’ after years of grassroots advocacy, consultation and committee work.
Details shed light regarding the ongoing situation at the bilingual university in northern Ontario.
The higher education community must act as a guiding light as we return to more in-person activities.
Universities and colleges are hoping to send students from non-traditional backgrounds to work and study abroad.
A look at some of the beautiful central gathering places at Canadian universities.
The pandemic has made the important work of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, and of aggressively fighting resurgent racism at an institutional level, all the more urgent.
‘Had the program not been offered in … northern Ontario, we would not have become midwives,’ says one Laurentian graduate.
The Centre for Career and Vocation prompts students to ask how social responsibility and ‘calling’ factor into their work lives.
To tackle the world’s biggest problems, ‘we’re going to need our government and scientists working together.’
Laurentian University’s financial difficulties and the challenges facing the Université de l’Ontario français create uncertainty.
The North Vancouver university becomes the association’s 96th member institution.
This May, Yukon College officially became Yukon University. The journey to becoming Canada’s first university north of the 60th parallel has been more than 45 years in the making.
This Wednesday at 1 p.m. EST, universities across the country will honour those who died aboard UIA Flight 752 last week.
The new board chair of Universities Canada lays out her priorities.
At a panel discussion at Congress, three academics reflect on the challenges facing universities.
Many companies in Canada are starting scholarship programs with a view to promoting their corporate social responsibility.
The former UOIT rebrands to clarify its identity and move past an awkward moniker.
According to Deborah Saucier, symbolic and structural changes have led to improved enrolment rates and staff retention.
The Magna Charta Universitatum is being used across the world to shape, guide and defend university values.