Globe and Mail
Canadian lawyers, inspired by UOttawa students, call for unity amid professional conflict over Middle East
Inspired by a group of Muslim and Jewish law students who drafted a statement of mutual support at the University of Ottawa, nearly 1,000 members of the legal community, including retired chief justice Beverley McLachlin, have signed a letter urging Canadians to reduce the level of emotion and anger in public comments on the war between Israel and Hamas.
Canadian and international media blast tuition hike at Quebec’s anglo universities
From Canadian newspapers to American and British higher-education publications, Quebec’s tuition overhaul is making waves outside the province.
The Pie News
French unis angle for more African students
The universities operating under the banner of Campus France are seeking to diversify the range of students studying there from Africa, away from traditional French-speaking countries on the continent.