Faculty and staff look forward to stability as online university makes a modest increase in its local presence.
In an effort to revitalize its long-neglected downtown core, the Ontario city has partnered with an international business group specializing in higher education.
This unique mode of transportation will have capacity for about 3,000 passengers per hour in each direction.
With over 100,000 pieces spanning the architect’s career, the archive will be the university’s largest collection.
Improving the cohesiveness, openness and agility of Canada’s research support system is the core mandate of the federal government’s new advisory panel.
The redesign is part of a multi-year plan to improve access to collections, spaces and services, and to make the LAC more responsive to users’ needs.
New national industry program recognizes an institution’s commitment to organic.
Donated historic instruments get special concert series at the university.
Many also question how universities will support students struggling with “climate anxiety.”
The process has forced Canada’s premier medical journal to reckon with its role in perpetuating anti-Black racism in health care, according to editor-in-chief.
Universities and colleges are providing temporary housing and emergency funds while pushing governments for increased support.
The UVic course was launched in 2021 and has since been adopted by more than a dozen other postsecondary institutions across Canada.
The Alberta institution anticipates a period of growth in the next five to 10 years.
The research organization briefly suspended new applications in the province following a significant funding shortage.
A beloved campus sport from the Harry Potter series gets set for a name change in 2023.
The action plan lists several promising practices in place at universities, but urges institutions and governments to do more.
With a restructuring plan formally approved, the university could exit creditor protection before year’s end.
New funding will allow the university to develop the space and infrastructure needed for the self-sustaining energy system.
The second recipient of the Joyce Echaquan Scholarship is hoping to develop a new care model.
Collaboration and improved program offerings are at the heart of this proposed initiative, which draws inspiration from the Université du Québec network.