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Canadian universities are rushing to address critical shortage of student housing
A hot rental market across Canada is squeezing postsecondary students with universities and private companies trying to meet growing demand with a mini-boom in residence building.
How universities are navigating COVID-19 and the return to campus
Infectious diseases specialist Dr. Zain Chagla breaks down the different approaches Canadian universities are taking to COVID-19 safety and what makes sense right now.
Draft shows Athabasca University funding agreement will be tied to local staffing
Advanced education minister takes questions from Athabasca board of governors.
Students, schools gearing up for first in-person orientation since COVID-19 halted events
Schools are expecting orientation attendance to match pre-pandemic numbers.
Western student protest attracts greater anti-mandate community
Tensions are ramping up ahead of a planned protest at Western University Saturday, in opposition to the school’s recently announced COVID-19 mandates.
Universities in northern Ontario report declining enrolment
While still lagging in applications from high school students, Laurentian University in Sudbury had some success this year attracting other students.