The union finally came to an agreement with the administration to remove the disparity between the pay of teaching assistants (TAs), regardless of their level of study or faculty.
Students on Reddit have had mixed reactions to the idea of mandatory Indigenous courses, with most being concerned about logistical issues.
Students are expressing their disappointment after University of New Brunswick associate vice-president academic Shirley Cleave sent an email out to students to say that, because of the risks associated with pub tours and the student union’s inability to insure the events, that they will no longer be allowed.
The online course is free and available to anyone around the world, as a part of the UN’s objective to make this course accessible to as many people as possible.
Bill 132, which received royal assent in March 2016, requires Ontario universities to have a stand-alone policy on sexual violence by Jan. 2017.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau campaigned on a promise to “repeal the problematic elements of Bill C-51, and introduce new legislation that better balances our collective security with our rights and freedoms.”
iPolitics (CUP)—With a dismal voter turnout rate, young Canadians get stereotyped as being apathetic towards politics, but new research from Samara Canada busts that myth. The report, released Sept. 9, foun...