A hurtful “media fire” concocted by journalists and activists is forcing the victims of the Dalhousie Dentistry scandal into silence, according to a statement from the women involved in an ongoing and controversial “restorative justice” process.
Engineering students report fewer job advertisements and reduced co-op programs as a result of company cutbacks.
Security at the University of the Fraser Valley are facing the question of how to deal with students who carry knives while on campus after a student complained about someone with a blade on their belt.
Ryerson's internationally trained medical doctors (ITMD) bridging program began in January as a first-of-its kind program in Ontario.
University of Ottawa professors Donald McRae and Caroline Andrew joined the ranks of the more than 6,000 people who have been inducted to the Order of Canada, when the Governor General of Canada, David Johnston, announced 95 new appointees at the end of 2014.
The president of Dalhousie University announced Jan. 9 that the 13 dentistry students that were members of a Facebook group in which some posted misogynistic and sexually explicit comments have been barred from attending regular classes.