The Toronto Star
Ryerson University losing donors as debate over namesake’s residential school legacy rages
Ryerson University says it has lost donors over the ongoing debate surrounding its connection to one of the architects of Canada’s residential school system.
Ontario Labour Minister Catches Heat For Mocking University Degrees On Twitter
Ontario’s Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development is getting mixed responses to his tweet about “ending the stigma around the skilled trades.”
Record heat forces western Canada province to shut schools, universities
British Columbia closed schools and universities on Monday due to extreme heat which pushed temperature in the western Canadian province to a national record over the weekend, in a country that is widely known for its brutal winter and snows.
Times Higher Education
Canada hopes industrial policy will fuel science spending
Academic scientists, frustrated by years of lean budgets, again urged to value stimulating corporate innovation.
Getting to Know Memorial University Inside a Bubble
I have wonderful memories of my time in Saskatchewan as president of the University of Regina.
Naomi Klein on her new gig at UBC and how climate justice can intersect with academia
Naomi Klein is set to help develop the Centre for Climate Justice at the University of British Columbia — one of the first of its kind at a Canadian university.
Despite release from Turkish prison, Carleton student still fighting for his freedom
Two weeks after being released from a Turkish prison, Carleton University doctoral student Cihan Erdal continues to fight for his freedom.