Globe and Mail
Student scientists demand action on federal scholarships
Scientists and researchers hold a petition with over 7,100 signatures calling on the federal government to increase funding for graduate and post-doctoral scholars, during the ‘Support Our Science’ rally on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, on Aug. 11.
Relocation dispute between Athabasca University and Alberta government facing twists and turns
There’s been a couple of twists and counter-twists to a five-month dispute between Athabasca University and the Alberta government.
More Ukrainian refugees could come to Canada if visa policy eased: report
The study by the University of Calgary’s School of Public Policy says that compared to other countries, Canada has received a small number of the millions of Ukrainians who have been displaced since Russia invaded the eastern European country in February.
Standoff between University of Ottawa and part-time profs continues
Both parties maintain the power to declare a strike, but a meeting with a mediator is scheduled for the end of the month as they try to find a way out of the impasse.
Cape Breton Post
UPEI not disclosing employment details other institutions freely release, says UPEIFA
P.E.I.’s only university is falling behind other institutions across the country when it comes to transparency and accountability, says the faculty association’s president.
Douglas Todd: SFU prof targeted by China for groundbreaking Uyghur research
SFU professor Darren Byler has been frequently attacked by China’s state media, which accuses him of being an agent of the U.S. government. Something he denies.