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

BY CAILYNN KLINGBEIL | February 21 2024

The Saskatchewan-based researcher has been studying and tracking super pigs for over 14 years.

BY MOHAMED BERRADA | February 14 2024

When international conflicts arise, Canadian universities have to juggle free speech and academic freedom, while also managing external pressures.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | February 14 2024

David Robinson, executive director of the Canadian Association of University Teachers, shares his thoughts on how the debate over the Israel-Hamas conflict is threatening fundamental principles of academia.

BY SARA BAPTISTE-BROWN | February 06 2024

Beyond proclamations and before processes, people are core.


Shifting narratives in Canada’s international education and immigration landscape.

BY JADINE NGAN | January 30 2024

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

BY MICHAEL RANCIC | January 23 2024

Thirty years into his academic career, Glen Jones is still curious about what makes universities tick.

BY BRIAN OWENS | January 19 2024

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

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | January 18 2024

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

BY SPARROW MCGOWAN | January 17 2024

The ‘garden of the gulf’ has been grappling with a number of tumultuous issues in higher education, most of which involve its sole university.

BY MOIRA MACDONALD | January 10 2024

With the integrity of the international student system under fire, what can universities do?

BY DWAINE TAYLOR | January 09 2024

To protect strategic investments in EDI, universities must embed EDI throughout the organization.

BY LESLEY EVANS OGDEN | January 03 2024

Things are progressing, but there is still work to be done.

BY JULIEN CAYOUETTE | December 20 2023

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

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | December 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 | December 15 2023

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

BY MOHAMED BERRADA | December 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 DANIEL HALTON | December 06 2023

Universities Canada’s new chair of the board of directors Deep Saini on the need to rebuild trust and other challenges facing the postsecondary education sector.

BY PUNITA LUMB | December 05 2023

Working in student affairs offers unique and creative opportunities to connect with and support underrepresented and marginalized students.

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