WLU launching examination of university’s namesake
Wilfrid Laurier University is launching a public-education initiative that will examine the era and legacy of the Waterloo university’s namesake.
International students show ‘increased loyalty’ toward Canada despite COVID-19 woes, survey finds
The prospect of in-person classes and access to vaccines — as well as clear vaccination and quarantine policies — are key to keeping Canada a top destination for foreign students despite the global pandemic, a new international survey suggests.
‘I don’t know what the answer is’: the debate over whether you need two shots to get in
Some say the province has ‘failed’ people by not taking the lead and issuing a vaccination card.
Doctors Call for Queer Curriculum in Medical Schools
When a British Columbian recently sought support for depression, a doctor misunderstood and told them their sexuality seemed to be the larger issue.