U of O announces winter term to be ‘primarily’ online
The University of Ottawa has notified students and faculty that its 2021 winter semester will be composed “primarily of remote learning, with only a few exceptions.”
The Chronicle Herald
Saint Mary’s University moves to a mix of online and in-person classes for winter term
Saint Mary’s University is adding opportunities for students to interact in-person during the winter 2021 term.
4 Wilfrid Laurier students test positive for coronavirus
Four students from Wilfrid Laurier University have tested positive for the coronavirus, the school said over the weekend.
University of Guelph confirms 1 coronavirus case on campus
The University of Guelph has confirmed one case of the novel coronavirus on its campus.
1 probable case of COVID-19 involving Dalhousie student reported in Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia reported Monday one probable case of COVID-19 involving a Dalhousie University student, who has received indeterminate test results, and no new confirmed cases of the virus.
Hike in tuition leaves some McGill international students facing uncertain future
McGill University suddenly increased tuition this semester for some international students by 35 per cent, leaving some saying they won’t be able to afford the bill—after coming all the way to Canada to study.
Student visa limbo leaves thousands stuck, unable to start studies in Canada
Gustavo Camelo is one of thousands of international students stuck in limbo, ready to start college or university, but missing one thing — a Canadian student visa.
Dozens of tickets issued after large party at UVic
Saanich police attended to the University of Victoria (UVic) two times over the weekend after a large gathering was spotted Friday evening.
Partying on Homecoming may trigger $750 fine, students warned
University students who party on Ezra Avenue this Homecoming weekend will risk bigger fines and face bylaw officers armed with extra powers.
Lethbridge News Now
Province announces $2.1-million for tech equipment & research at post-secondary schools
Students attending technology-related programs at SAIT, Red Deer College, and Olds College will son have new state-of-the-art equipment to work with.