The Globe and Mail
Alberta’s post-secondary schools will not mandate COVID-19 vaccinations for students and staff
Many Alberta post-secondary schools are not requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for students and staff even as others across the country are making different choices.
Here’s how one Ontario university is implementing their mandatory vaccination plan next semester
An Ontario university will soon be asking students to prove their vaccination status through a mobile application.
University of Waterloo asks students, staff to consent to showing proof of COVID-19 vaccine
The University of Waterloo has asked students, staff and visitors to consent to showing proof of their COVID-19 vaccination status when coming to campus in the next school year.
McMaster, Mohawk require COVID-19 vaccinations for those on campus this fall
Hamilton’s two biggest post-secondary institutions are joining a growing list of schools requiring COVID-19 vaccinations amid a return to campus this fall.
The Timmins Daily Press
Laurentian to make COVID-19 vaccine mandatory on campus
Laurentian University announced Monday that anyone attending campus will be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Masks mandatory in classrooms and labs at Mount Royal University in Calgary this fall
Masks will be mandatory in classrooms and labs at Mount Royal University when the fall semester begins, officials said Monday.
Kamloops This Week
Debate continues over mandatory vaccination on university campuses like TRU
Currently, TRU has no mandate for masks or vaccinations.
University students looking forward to return to campus but questions linger
While universities in Saskatchewan have said vaccines will be mandatory come the fall semester, there will be exceptions made and exemptions offered.
Brandon University faculty union calls for mandatory vaccinations on campus
The union representing faculty members at Brandon University has called for mandatory COVID-19 vaccines for all students, faculty and staff on campus this fall.
Saskatoon Star Phoenix
U of S looks to add Indigenous health division to College of Medicine
A new division dedicated to Indigenous health is meant to help foster new collaboration with First Nations communities.
The Toronto Star
Afghan student desperate to attend U of M classes
As the Taliban seize control across Afghanistan, including their recent capture of Kabul, the capital city, one University of Manitoba student is unable to leave the country, halted by bureaucratic red tape.