Indigenous youth still face barriers accessing post-secondary education and jobs: Report
Indigenous youth have made remarkable strides in earning university degrees over the past decade, with Indigenous Peoples nearly doubling their success rate between 2011 and 2021, according to Statistics Canada.
Shortage of cybersecurity workers a ‘crisis’ at apex of federal government
The shortage of cybersecurity workers in Canada is so acute that even the national cyberspying agency can’t get all the people it needs.
Job action halts classes at Capilano U, as contracts inked with support staff at 5 other schools
Classes are suspended at the university’s North Vancouver and Sunshine Coast campuses
Jane Kinney: Taking Canada’s world-leading scientific research to new heights
It’s more important than ever, as the world reorients itself after a dizzying few years, that policymakers and everyday people stand up for Canada’s leadership in science.
Canadian university students “emotional” as their miniature satellites launch to the ISS
Yesterday, students from Concordia University, University of Manitoba, University of Saskatchewan, York University, and Western University watched in awe as their miniature satellites were launched to the International Space Station (ISS).