December 20, 2023
McGill, Concordia communities call on Quebec government to reverse new tuition and language requirements
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Faculty and alumni say the decision will do nothing to protect the French language – only harm the province’s reputation.
BY HANNAH LIDDLE | DEC 18 2023

Will Ontario answer calls for increased postsecondary funding and tuition?
Will Ontario answer calls for increased postsecondary funding and tuition?
The province’s postsecondary education sector responds to blue ribbon panel report.
BY MOIRA MACDONALD | DEC 15 2023

Blue ribbon panel report misses the mark for francophones in Ontario
Blue ribbon panel report misses the mark for francophones in Ontario
The three options proposed concerning small French-language universities in the report have been rejected by academic stakeholders.
BY JULIEN CAYOUETTE | DEC 20 2023

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Western appoints first-ever chief AI officer
Western appoints first-ever chief AI officer
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 EVAN BRYANT | DEC 19 2023

Advancing research skills training by building student autonomy
Advancing research skills training by building student autonomy
Understanding research independence can help identify level-appropriate strategies for skill development.
BY LOLEEN BERDAHL | DEC 18 2023

Why retirees should be the CEO of their own health care
Why retirees should be the CEO of their own health care
Remember that you have the right to ask questions and can disagree with a diagnosis.
BY DAVID ZITNER | DEC 14 2023

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Lori Francis Mount Saint Vincent University

Mount Saint Vincent University has named Lori Francis vice-president, academic, and provost. Dr. Francis was most recently dean of the faculty of science at Saint Mary’s University. A first-generation university graduate, she holds a PhD in organizational psychology from the University of Guelph.

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