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University of Waterloo advises researchers they aren’t obligated to talk to CSIS agents
The University of Waterloo is advising its researchers that they are not required to talk to CSIS agents or give them access to faculty equipment if approached by the spy agency for information on joint research projects with scientists from foreign countries such as China.
4 ways all online university courses could promote student mental health
For students with disabilities, online learning might be the best option to pursue postsecondary education.
Mohawk Mothers, McGill reach deal to search for graves at site of former hospital
The Mohawk Mothers allege there are bodies of Indigenous patients buried on and around the old grounds of the Royal Victoria Hospital, which McGill is renovating to expand its campus.
Complaints surface about recurring violence against women at St. FX University
The latest questions at St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, N.S., follow the laying of criminal charges against a student and former football player, Omogbolahan Jegede.