UQAM lecturers’ strike suspended amid settlement proposal
A strike by lecturers at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) that was scheduled to begin Monday has been suspended.
Groups still hope to stop Laurentian’s restructuring process
University still struggling to balance its books.
Former Ontario cabinet minister named U of Guelph chancellor
Mary Anne Chambers set to be installed into her new position in June.
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Universities need to build partnerships to close SDG gaps
Universities have an important role to play in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, but with major gaps in progress, institutions need to build partnerships, including in research, regionally, with industry and with the community, a regional Asian policy dialogue on higher education and the SDGs has heard.
First students of new UVic Indigenous law program set to graduate
The University of Victoria says the inaugural class of its Indigenous law program will graduate this year, marking a first for this type of program anywhere in the world.
Quebec’s higher education and seniors ministers won’t seek re-election amid calls for resignation
A pair of Quebec cabinet ministers will not seek re-election in the fall amid growing calls for their resignations over the government’s handling of a fatal COVID-19 outbreak at a Montreal long-term care home.