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$2.5M in research funding granted to these Burnaby post-secondary schools

$2.5M in research funding granted to these Burnaby post-secondary schools

Simon Fraser University and BCIT recently received seven-figure boosts from the province for astronomical insights and wheelchair technologies.
Indigenous universities and colleges to receive $6M in annual government funding

Indigenous universities and colleges to receive $6M in annual government funding

New legislation from the B.C. government will bring funding to First Nations educational institutions
Be mindful of what you post on social media after a layoff, experts say

Be mindful of what you post on social media after a layoff, experts say

You’ve been invited to a meeting with your boss and a human resources representative. It comes at a time of uncertainty in your workplace. The writing is on the wall — you’re about to be laid off.
TRU in 'solid' position despite international applications plummeting 50-70%, VP says

TRU in 'solid' position despite international applications plummeting 50-70%, VP says

Thompson Rivers University says student permit cap creates confusion
VIU is starting to shut down some of its academic programs

VIU is starting to shut down some of its academic programs

The board of governors cancelled four academic programs last week
TRU president's efforts to hide info from journalists met with concern

TRU president's efforts to hide info from journalists met with concern

University senators say move stifles media coverage, undermines public trust
International students face growing mental distress in Canada, advocates warn

International students face growing mental distress in Canada, advocates warn

OTTAWA — When Gobindbir Singh describes the stress international students are under, he remembers a young man who called in tears.
Some B.C. universities could lose tens of millions per year due to student cap

Some B.C. universities could lose tens of millions per year due to student cap

At some post-secondary institutions, international students account for as much as 78 per cent of total tuition revenue
Opinion: Why mentorship programs help break down barriers for women in business

Opinion: Why mentorship programs help break down barriers for women in business

Supporting inclusion isn't just a moral imperative—it's a strategic business advantage
B.C. Forests ministry watering down old growth protection: CCPA

B.C. Forests ministry watering down old growth protection: CCPA

Leaked data suggests deferred old growth put back in logging column