The Globe and Mail
Parliamentary committee calls for boost to scholarship and grant funding
Four-party committee’s report recommends a 50-per-cent increase to the value of tri-agency graduate research scholarships and postdoctoral fellowships.
Feds urged to do more to protect international students: CAUT
The Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) is calling on the federal government to do more to protect international students from fraud and abuse.
Editorial: It’s time for new leadership at Canadian universities
As executive director of Allied Voices for Israel (AVI), which unites students of all backgrounds against antisemitism and hatred, I have received lip service from university presidents and faculty at campuses across the country justifying hateful rhetoric or the glorification of terrorism emanating from students, professors and invited speakers.
Legault is giving English universities the cold shoulder: McGill and Concordia
On Friday, the premier said his government’s tuition plan is “reasonable” because “we have to stop seeing French going down in Montreal.” He said Higher Education Minister Pascale Déry “continues discussions with McGill and Concordia.”
Higher income requirements could deter students from coming to Canada, some students say
St. Clair College doesn’t believe policy will have an effect on enrolment levels.