Alberta government urged to regulate tuition increases for international students
Student groups at province’s largest two universities worried about steep fee hikes.
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Laurentian crisis appears to near resolution
Surprise insolvency has brought campus resignations and nationwide labour stress.
Gee-Gees concerned over athletic future after uOttawa cuts Track and Field funding
Just weeks before the new school year, University of Ottawa athletes are learning that the Varsity Track and Field team is being downgraded; the result of a funding cut after the COVID-19 pandemic.
They called him a prof-stitute. Gerald Hannon was a teacher at Ryerson when his sex work scandal rocked the city. New tell-all delves into why he exposed his secret — and the fallout of his admission
Was he naive? Deluded? The late writer and gay-rights activist revisits the scandal that rocked Toronto’s media and academic world.
UNB student wins free tuition from a digital scavenger hunt
Digital scavenger hunts engage and educate in a ‘contemporary way,’ sociologist says.