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.
Frustrated students and faculty feel left out of discussions between the Alberta government and administration.
The head of CAUT worries that financial fundamentals remain weak despite the windfall.
The Syd Bolton Collection is the biggest known video game archive in Canada.
Funding for places is increasing but educators say the solution is more complex.
The unique wellness initiative has become a popular spot for respite during the workday.
Rooms are available to any local postsecondary student who has “a commitment to sober living.”
The initiative, spearheaded by non-profit GenWell, aims to offer easy-to-use information for building stronger social bonds.
A recently published study of doctoral students finds women and men had vastly different relationships to their work during the first wave of the pandemic, and recommends a more tailored approach to support.
The former Supreme Court justice raised the possibility that cadets attend civilian universities to help address the military’s sexual misconduct problems.
The new framework advises medical school instructors to develop a global health curriculum that emphasizes cross-cultural competencies and a patient-centred approach.
Flexibility in the delivery of mental health services will be key for this school year, the co-authors of a new report say.
According to one virologist, universities can help stop the spread of the disease by informing students about risks, prevention strategies and available resources.
Canada HomeShare plans to expand into Fredericton and Winnipeg this year.
Drug-checking services will be provided by an interdisciplinary team of students at a variety of sites.
The four-month pilot project will see staff work a 28-hour week instead of the typical 35.
As two senior officials plan to leave their positions, a first attempt at a proposal for creditors is revealed.
Researcher Fenton Litwiller is developing youth recreation programming to support queer kids in acquiring skills that affirm their complex gender identities.
The collaboration between the university and the Government of Nunavut highlights the importance of culturally safe care.