Globe and Mail
UBC leaders pledge to examine school’s approach to Indigenous citizenship in hiring
After months of relative silence, leaders at the University of British Columbia have issued a lengthy public statement about the controversy surrounding Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond.
London Free Press
Western University researcher using AI to unlock secrets of long COVID
A London medical student trying to get to the bottom of long COVID is taking a page from bankers, harnessing artificial intelligence they use to analyze stocks to seek signs of the virus in blood.
MUN professors to vote on strike as university prepares to cancel classes
More than 800 faculty members at Memorial University are set to cast their vote toward a strike on Wednesday, while the school expects the large majority of classes to be paused if it were to happen.