uOttawa professor in standoff with Twitter over ‘tar and feather’ post
University of Ottawa law professor Amir Attaran remains in a standoff with Twitter over a post he believes offered fair criticism of government delays in vaccinating children, but that the platform has labelled “abusive.”
Unruly parties at University of Victoria prompt police take unprecedented step
The University of Victoria and police in Saanich, B.C., are taking unprecedented steps to crack down on wild campus parties attended by revellers, most of whom aren’t students.
NOSM seeks input on its future
Northern Ontario needs more than 300 physicians, according to the Northern Ontario School of Medicine.
Western University says everyone to wear an ID badge on campus
The university says lanyards are an easy ‘visual way to see who is on our campus’.
London Free Press
Criticism mounts over Western University’s wear-ID-on-campus rule
Western University is facing a growing backlash over a new system encouraging everyone on campus to wear identification cards around their necks.
Statement defending Carrie Bourassa says her career was built on merit, not her claims to being Indigenous
‘Team Bourassa’ statement says U of S not qualified to investigate the professor.
Peaceful demonstration at USask after Dr. Carrie Bourassa placed on administrative leave
A peaceful demonstration was held at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) Friday, calling for more processes and procedures concerning Indigenous colleagues.
UBC implements first fall reading break after years of student campaigning about mental health concerns
The majority of B.C.’s public universities do not provide students with a fall break.
B.C. professor’s Mother Tree research branches out to bestselling book, movie deal
A British Columbia forestry professor’s unique research and bestselling book mapping how trees are deeply connected communities has gained the attention of Hollywood.