Long road to recovery for students and teachers returning to campus in Lethbridge
When the University of Lethbridge announced the shutdown of campuses in early 2020, professors and students were anxious, left with only days to figure out how to carry on with courses in an online format.
Sudbury, Ont., hospital memo reassures staff about current CEO and former Laurentian University president
The Sudbury, Ont., Health Sciences North (HSN) hospital board sent a memo to employees and medical staff last week to assure them the hospital is in good financial health.
B.C. announces plan to license more internationally trained doctors
British Columbia announced several new measures to bring more doctors to the province, amid an ongoing shortage of physicians and strained emergency departments.
Trudeau government unveils long-awaited plan to confront an ‘increasingly disruptive’ China
Canada’s long-awaited Indo-Pacific strategy describes China as “an increasingly disruptive global power” on the world stage — a social and economic force that’s too big to ignore but is also increasingly focused on bending international rules to suit its own interests.