Parents being stretched thin saving up for children’s education: survey
Many Canadian parents are stretching themselves thin — even going as far as to postpone their retirement in some cases — in order to help pay for their children’s education, according to a new survey.
Canada reclaims study destination top spot – report
A report launched at the NAFSA conference in Washington DC has shown that Canada has overtaken the UK as the most popular study destination.
Ojibway designs, beadwork featured on new University of Manitoba convocation robes
The University of Manitoba unveiled new convocation robes for its chancellor and president. The robes were redesigned by local artist Jackie Traverse, and were blessed in a ceremony Monday in time for the university’s spring convocation.
Opinion: Canada’s higher education system is failing our nation
Our manufacturing, service and technology industries are struggling to keep up with the rest of the world as we do not have enough trained professionals in the country.
Canada invests in youth jobs-training across clean technology and sustainable resource sectors
Participating organizations will create 960 green jobs and training opportunities for young people to gain on-the-job experience.