Minister, advocates say they fear international students will be blamed for housing crisis
Advocates call on federal government to fund construction of new dormitories, student residences.
Is Canada underestimating the cost of living for international students?
The Canadian government is likely severely underestimating the cost of living for international students when weighing if they can support themselves financially, a new survey suggests.
The ‘perfect’ teaching assistant? Universities find new uses for AI
New wave of tools embraced by educators — and not just in computer labs.
N.S. university says it supports probe into 50 sexual assault claims
Nova Scotia’s only French-language university is encouraging survivors of historical sexual assaults on its campus to come forward, as it faces accusations it ignored rape allegations from students.
UBC Okanagan ordered to pay $50,000 in sexual assault discrimination case
University of British Columbia Okanagan has been ordered to pay a former student $50,000 for discriminating against her based on her sex and disability in the way it handled her allegation of sexual assault by another student.
UW stabbing suspect facing new terrorism charge
The man accused of a triple stabbing at the University of Waterloo is now facing a federal terrorism charge.