Canadian charities need to up their digital games to upend giving declines

Profile: Natashia Allakariallak

In the face of hardship and an ALS diagnosis, love persists

“While I still can, I will inspire my community to learn about ALS”: Jane’s story

Lou Gehrig Day: A call to action from a former NHLer

A family of Blue Jays fans cheers on Lou Gehrig Day

Overhauling BC’s regulatory framework an increasing priority for the provincial government

A nationwide effort to regulate counselling therapists is being realized

Ryerson acquires Edward Burtynsky photo collection

University homestay programs strive to offer more than room and board

Reflections from this year’s 3M National Teaching Fellows

Future Skills Centre looks at scaling up best practices for Canada’s workforce

Expert panel to address challenges PhD graduates face entering the labour market

A history of Canada’s full-time faculty in six charts

Canada launches its own version of the Athena SWAN charter

University autonomy is shrinking in Canada, study finds

University presidents tap into social media

Universities take steps to tackle food insecurity on campus

2018: Canadian higher education in review

Six stories we’re thinking about at year’s end

McGill’s Maude Abbott Medical Museum opens its collection to the public

7 teaching tips to consider for your classroom

The book that changed my life

Social entrepreneurship gains ground on Canadian campuses

Budget 2018 gives a major boost to fundamental research in Canada

10,000 PhDs Project tracks career outcomes of U of T graduates

“No quick fix” to problems of equity on campuses

Science minister discusses progress on Naylor report, lays out priorities

U of Ottawa cardiac researcher named Canada’s new chief science advisor

Bearing witness to residential schools through reclaimed art

Listening and learning to boost Indigenous student success

Lost Stories Project transforms public memory into public art

Universities across Canada implement sexual violence policies

Venice Biennale: Collisions of memory and history

Q&A: Award-winning Indigenous artist Shelley Niro

Celebrating this year’s GGAVMA winners

One researcher’s long quest to make drug data more public

Opening Canada’s doors in a time of global turmoil

Canada’s universities “deeply concerned” by Trump travel ban

Researchers reflect on the Fort McMurray wildfires

Gord Downie lends his voice to the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation

Express Entry reforms benefit international students seeking permanent residence in Canada

Carleton’s new solar house is striving to make our homes more energy efficient

Copyright back in the spotlight with several impending decisions

Abolition architecture

Concordia University of Edmonton sheds its religious ties

How shelters help women make a difficult leap

Toronto based researcher works to preserve ancient Syriac inscriptions