Canadian fraternities address issues from #MeToo
In light of the #MeToo movement, some fraternities in Canada say they want to provide training to their members on matters of consent and sexual violence.
Ableism rife in Ontario schools, rights commission says
The province’s schools and universities are lagging when it comes to accommodating people with disabilities, Ontario Human Rights Commission says.
Amid Vancouver housing crunch, students choosing Mom and Dad as landlord
While it’s weeks until the first midterm, many of them are already facing stress of another kind: keeping a roof over their heads.
These diplomas are for students with families, mortgages and hectic schedules
The number of mature students on campus is rapidly rising—and schools are catering to experienced freshmen.
Maori visitors helping connect Indigenous research across the world
The University of Saskatchewan welcomed Maori scholars from halfway around the world to connect and share in Indigenous knowledge.