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BY HANNAH LIDDLE | DEC 07 2023

Global News Blair names Canada military college review board amid misconduct crisis Defence Minister Bill Blair on Wednesday named the board that will lead the review into Canada’s military colleges amid the ongoing sexual misconduct crisis. Toronto Star York University must address rising debt and low program enrolment, audit finds The university has a $600-million […]

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | DEC 05 2023

Hamilton Spectator Financial pressures, mental health struggles and addiction causing international student deaths Community leaders are warning that financial and academic pressures, and the lack of structural support are factors causing the deaths of international students, primarily from India. Burnaby Now Burnaby approves 17-storey tower at SFU with ‘transit hub’ for buses Council approved a […]

BY TARA SIEBARTH | DEC 04 2023

Toronto Star Ontario universities are running out of money and time, report says Ontario universities are working together to save money but still struggling, says a new report released in response to the government’s demand to find efficiencies before they will be allowed to raise tuition or get a boost in provincial funding. The Tyee […]

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | DEC 01 2023

Montreal Gazette McGill Pro-Palestinian group says it feels alienated on campus, vows to continue advocacy “Students have a right to political expression… and many groups have expressed their opinions on different things and have never been targeted (this way).” National Post Contract faculty in York University relying on food banks to get by, union says […]

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | NOV 30 2023

CTV News Quebec may backtrack on university tuition hikes, increase by 33% instead: report Quebec seems ready to back down from its plan to double tuition prices for university students outside of the province in exchange for more ambitious francization programs at English-speaking universities. Toronto Star More international students are seeking asylum in Canada, numbers […]

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | NOV 29 2023

Global News Petition demands Quebec drop plans to hike university tuition fees At Quebec’s National Assembly Tuesday, Liberal education critic Marwah Rizqy presented a petition on behalf of students, asking the government to cancel its plan to double tuition hikes for out-of-province students. Global News Navigating free speech and protests at Canadian universities As conflict […]

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | NOV 28 2023

Toronto Star Offensive pro-Hamas stickers at UBC further polarize campus Emotions have been running high on campuses across the country since the Israel-Hamas war began, igniting debates over free speech and academic freedom. Globe and Mail York University suspends at least three employees after charges in Indigo store vandalism A York University sociology professor who […]

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | NOV 27 2023

Montreal Gazette Tuition hike puts McGill, Concordia in financial peril, Moody’s warns Changes are “credit negative” and could weaken “the reputation and strategic brand of both universities by materially altering the compositions of students.” Montreal Gazette Concordia University tells departments to slash budgets by 7.8 per cent The school says it “cannot meet its core […]

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | NOV 24 2023

Toronto Star International education in Canada requires direction, funding and limits Canada takes a risk by counting on international students to keep professors paid. That risk is doubled by relying on two countries — India and China. CBC News Trudeau launches EU-Canada Summit in Newfoundland with research announcement Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kicked off a […]

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | NOV 23 2023

The Whig Standard Advocacy organization calls on Queen’s University to address instances of antisemitism The group from Toronto says instances of hate at Queen’s have been on an “extreme rise” over the past five weeks. CBC News Rare UWindsor student, staff addiction recovery program wants ‘safe space’ on campus Ontario’s 1st student recovery program opened […]

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | NOV 22 2023

CBC News Suspicions around former U of Manitoba law school dean’s expenses surfaced in 2019, hearing told Jonathan Black-Branch faces law society integrity breach charge over allegations of misspending funds. CBC News Federal government to amend laws so post-secondary institutions aren’t subject to CCAA proceedings Laurentian University filed for insolvency in 2021, nearly 200 staff […]

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | NOV 21 2023

Montreal Gazette McGill students vote in favour of pro-Palestinian policy McGill has stated that should the policy be officially adopted, the university could end its agreement with the student union that governs its funding and use of the McGill name. CBC News Doctor suspended from U of O residency after pro-Palestinian social media posts A […]

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | NOV 20 2023

CTV News U of A replaces sexual assault centre director over letter questioning alleged Hamas sexual violence The president of the University of Alberta says the school has replaced the director of its sexual assault centre over its endorsement of an open letter that questions the validity of sexual assault claims against Hamas during its […]

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | NOV 17 2023

CTV News Amid tensions, McGill students vote on pro-Palestinian policy McGill says it fears the proposed Policy Against Genocide in Palestine could “sharpen divisions in our community and render more vulnerable all students.” Policy Options The end of the Quebec model in higher education?/ By targeting students in the rest of Canada, the Quebec government […]

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | NOV 16 2023

CTV News Ontario expert panel urges end to post-secondary tuition freeze Ontario should end its post-secondary tuition freeze and increase per-student funding to its universities and colleges, a government-commissioned report has found. The Peterborough Examiner Queen’s named in anti-semitism class-action suit Queen’s University is one of three Canadian schools being named in a class-action lawsuit […]

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | NOV 15 2023

Global News University fund will honour couple killed in Banff bear attack The family of a couple killed by a grizzly bear in Banff National Park is establishing an endowment fund at the University of Lethbridge in their memory. Toronto Sun College of Family Physicians backs down on 3rd year of training amid outcry From […]

BY TARA SIEBARTH | NOV 14 2023

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 […]

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | NOV 13 2023

Ottawa Citizen Montreal university cancels class of teacher filmed at Gaza protest insulting Jews: ‘Go back to Poland’ A Universite de Montreal spokesperson said a course taught by Yanise Arab was cancelled as a preventive measure, and that an investigation is underway. Globe and Mail Tory family funds business, law scholarships at University of Toronto […]

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | NOV 10 2023

CTV News Alberta post-secondary students pay more tuition than national average: report According to a forecast released by saving and planning company Embark, a four-year university degree in Canada costs an average of $75,387. Vancouver Sun Notices sent out as UVic reports tuberculosis case on campus The university says only those who have received an […]

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | NOV 08 2023

CTV News Quebec to double university tuition in 2024 but Bishop’s has already accepted students under current rates There is more uncertainty surrounding Quebec’s recent decision to double tuition for out-of-province university students in 2024 since Bishop’s University has already admitted students for next fall. CTV News Toronto Metropolitan University appoints retired judge to review […]

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