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BY CATHERINE COUTURIER | FEB 26 2024

Despite significant progress at participating institutions, funding for program was not renewed in 2023.

BY ANGELA MOMBOURQUETTE | FEB 22 2024

‘We consider all students everywhere to be deserving of protection.’

BY KEATON HILLS | FEB 13 2024

Chase Petruska hopes the league will have a positive impact on the mental health of participants.

BY JEAN-FRANÇOIS VENNE | FEB 07 2024

Students looking to come to “la belle province” will have an easier time applying to the Quebec Experience Program.

BY MOHAMED BERRADA | JAN 31 2024

There is little data to support the decision, and academics are questioning if this is the right way forward.

BY JADINE NGAN | JAN 30 2024

Universities worry the new cap on international study permits will also lead to program cuts and increased tuition fees.

BY CATHERINE COUTURIER | JAN 25 2024

Scholars in Calgary, Odanak and Edmundston have recently spearheaded research projects on the revitalization of Indigenous languages. But where do universities fit in, and how should they be contributing?

BY BRIAN OWENS | JAN 19 2024

New policy includes lists of sensitive research areas and foreign institutions considered national security risks.

BY MOHAMED BERRADA | JAN 19 2024

How two École de technologie supérieure researchers played a key role in developing a new helmet prototype.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | JAN 18 2024

Gabriel Miller will start the new leadership role on March 18, 2024.

BY DIANE PETERS | JAN 18 2024

Menstrual equity comes to university campuses.

BY SHAUNA MCGINN | JAN 15 2024

The guide states, ‘it is only through long term, meaningful connections that you can understand and centre Indigenous needs, perspectives, and knowledge.’

BY NICOLE DAINTY | JAN 11 2024

‘We’ve all put a lot of heart and soul into [the program] so it’s really nice to see it succeeding,’ says program chair.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | JAN 02 2024

The Travels of Sir John Mandeville was a medieval “blockbuster” widely read across Europe.

BY JULIEN CAYOUETTE | DEC 20 2023

The three options proposed concerning small French-language universities in the report have been rejected by academic stakeholders.

BY EVAN BRYANT | DEC 19 2023

The new position is intended to support the university’s efforts to adopt a progressive approach to machine learning and explore the capabilities of artificial intelligence.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | DEC 18 2023

Faculty and alumni say the decision will do nothing to protect the French language – only harm the province’s reputation.

BY MOIRA MACDONALD | DEC 15 2023

The province’s postsecondary education sector responds to blue ribbon panel report.

BY MOHAMED BERRADA | DEC 13 2023

Students are unaware of all the financial aids available to them. With rising food and housing costs, stakeholders are calling for reform and better dissemination of information.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | DEC 01 2023

The bachelor of applied science program follows a work-integrated learning model imported from the U.K.

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