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A Université de Montréal researcher suggests autism can be an advantage in some spheres.
Canadian researchers are working to create tools that can determine how long a senior is still safe behind the wheel.
Trinity Western students call the Booth Mansion home while interning in Ottawa.
Neither wind, nor rain – but maybe ice – will keep Root Gorelick from his appointed rounds.
A few years ago, when the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir saw its attendance stagnate and its subscriptions fall, the vocal ensemble asked a quartet of MBA students at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management for advice on a turnaround. “We did a deep-dive examination of their customer base and found the subscribers were mostly […]
UQAM professor the first to hold this position.
It’s no secret that the Web has facilitated the distribution of and access to child pornography, with the United Nations estimating that more than four million websites worldwide contain pornographic material involving children. Researchers at Simon Fraser University’s International Cybercrime Research Centre have developed a special web crawler that they hope will help to track […]
Ontario’s system isn’t broken, just stressed. Before we try more radical ﬁxes, why not encourage a robust college-university transfer system?
They’ve been called “odd ducks,” “eccentrics” or “little professors.” Now these often brilliant but socially awkward students, diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, are flocking to postsecondary classrooms in greater numbers than ever before. Here’s how faculty are meeting the challenge.
Montrealers who survived horrific human rights abuses lend their voices to an unusual oral history project led by researchers from four Montreal universities.
The real question, said panelists at the Canadian Science Policy Conference, is how to better prepare graduates for life outside academe.
Release of new rules catches universities by surprise.