Sexual Assault in College

Posted on September 23rd, 2015

“A new survey of college students, one of the largest ever focusing on sexual assault and sexual misconduct, has reignited the debate over just how big a problem sexual assault […]

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Awards for Aboriginal Masters and Doctoral Students

Posted on September 10th, 2015

“Premier Christy Clark today announced $2 million to encourage more Aboriginal students to pursue masters and doctoral level degrees at public universities in British Columbia. ‘Aboriginal people are a vital […]

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Average University Tuition Rises 3.2%

Posted on September 9th, 2015

“The average cost of attending a Canadian university rose more than three per cent to $6,191 for the current school year, Statistics Canada says. The figure is up from $5,998 a […]

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More Inclusive Frosh Week

Posted on September 4th, 2015

“Concordia and McGill are running training programs for student leaders to improve awareness about the importance of consent and alcohol consumption. The motto for McGill’s orientation week is ‘No Froshee left […]

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Universities Should Take Harm Reduction Approach to Drug Use

Posted on September 3rd, 2015

“As CEGEP and university students head to back to school, some experts argue it makes more sense to ensure illicit drugs are taken safely rather than try to prevent them […]

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