Canadian Canoe Museum hosts 5th annual Peterborough Famil...
Activities were spread throughout the gallery, including take-home crafts, shadow puppets and scratch art.
Alberta’s education minister calls Kenney deceitful on sc...
Eggen spoke a day after Kenney said in a speech that if his United Conservatives win the spring election they will take action on what they see as NDP worldv...
United Conservative leader Kenney pledges education revam...
Alberta Opposition leader Jason Kenney says anything deemed NDP ideology or worldview that is stitched into the government's current curriculum review will b...
Some UBC Okanagan students flooded out of homes
Dozens of UBC Okanagan students are looking for new homes after a flood in their building prompted mould concerns.
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‘There used to be a light at the end of the tunnel’: Lond...
As the controversy surrounding changes to Ontario's autism program grows, local parents and community members are doing their part to make their voices heard.
Ontario government looking to merge certain regional scho...
Currently, there are 76 public boards in Ontario. The plan, according to sources, would drastically reduce that number by merging smaller boards with one ano...
Nobel laureate Donna Strickland visits alma mater, Guelph...
Strickland was awarded the Nobel Prize in physics during a ceremony in December.
Alberta group calling on province to implement law to sto...
Inclusion Alberta and parents of children with autism say the Alberta government has not done enough to deal with seclusion rooms in schools.
Science students show kids they CanCODE
Teaching kids how to create their own technology, rather than simply consuming, was a main priority.
Suzuki brings Beyond Climate film to TRU
David Suzuki bring his latest environmental film, Beyond Climate, to TRU's Grand Hall on Friday, March 8.
Lock-downs end at Quebec schools targeted by online threats
Lock-downs at two English-language Quebec schools have ended following threats that were made online.
Lockdowns end at Quebec schools targeted by online threats
Lockdowns at two English-language Quebec schools have ended following threats that were made online.
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Success in Closing the Socio-Economic Gap, But Still a Lo...
The research presented in this article is based on a four-year place-based qualitative case study of Aboriginal success in addressing Aboriginal disadvantage...
3 business resources for startups
These resources will put you on the right path: TRU Generator, anything by Steve Blank and Lean Startup Principles.
Three business resources for startups
These resources will put you on the right path: TRU Generator, anything by Steve Blank and Lean Startup Principles.
Bora Laskin Faculty of Law students win mock trial agains...
Picture this. Your law firm has been hired to defend a man charged with using a handgun to steal $20,000 from an ATM machine in a convenience store.
Councillor frustrated by Western University over student ...
As representatives from nine Ontario universities prepare to meet to discuss how to address unsanctioned student partying, a London city councillor is chasti...
Edinburgh Elementary nixes annex proposal to ease overcro...
Edinburgh Elementary wants the EMSB to build modular classrooms to help ease overcrowding.
How to help your kids cope with Valentine’s Day anxiety
"For some kids, it might be a good learning experience. For other kids, who are really just generally anxious, it might be pretty painful." Dr. Eleanor Macke...
Quebec government pushes on with plan to enroll 4-year-ol...
The Quebec government is going ahead with its promise to offer preschool to four-year-olds across the province.
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Prospective students post pics of campus tour
Ten prospective students from the BC Interior spent a weekend touring TRU and shared their experiences on social media.
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UBC Okanagan to research psychological impacts of life in...
The University of British Columbia is asking residents and workers to speak with them in an effort to create a strategy and support plan.
BC PLAN receives grant for PLAR research
Mikayla Overton awarded grant to research and access PLAR policies and practices across the province.
University of Lethbridge receives keys to new science and...
The university says the building will be 53 per cent more sustainable than the average science building in Canada, housing state of the art lab facilities an...
Alberta teachers create 400K sardine can postcards to str...
The Alberta Teachers' Association says the province has larger class sizes than it did in 2001 and the upcoming election offers a chance to find a long-term ...
Demand for French immersion grows as spots shrink. Here’s...
The demand for French immersion schooling is growing across Canada, as parents hope to give their child a leg up with a second language.
‘It’s an exciting time’: Indigenous education forum draws...
The education forum wraps up in Halifax on Feb. 14 with a visit from federal Indigenous Services Minister Seamus O'Regan.
Not too cool for school: Winnipeg weather specialists ope...
Global News Weather school could be coming to a Winnipeg school near you. Email wpgweatherschool@globalnews.ca to inquire about a visit from our weather spec...
McGill University receives $200M donation, single-largest...
The McCall MacBain Foundation has donated $200 million to McGill University, considered the single-largest gift in Canadian history.
Campeau Bus Lines drivers serve notice of strike action
More than 200 bus drivers could be on strike on Feb. 19 if a new collective agreement isn't reached.
Sparkes Notes: Fitting fitness into your daily routine
Co-op student Amy Sparkes shares her favorite tips for fitting fitness into her busy schedule.
St. FX plans to appeal suspension of head coach after hoc...
In a statement released Wednesday, Leo MacPherson says St. FX respects the review and disciplinary process of Atlantic University Sport (AUS), "including the...
Winnipeg school boards seek property tax increases — is i...
Two school divisions in Winnipeg are calling for increased property taxes in their draft budgets, raising questions about whether there should still be seven...
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