Riding the learning curve: Professors shift classes online
The quick shift to online learning has been part of the radical changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Carleton’s Educational Development Centre, approximately 30,000 students, instructors and staff have to adapt.
UOttawa medical students find ways to combat COVID-19 while facing disruptions to their education
University of Ottawa medical students are trying to help fight COVID-19 anyway they can
Ottawa’s post-secondary students adjust to online learning in wake of COVID-19
Carleton, uOttawa and Algonquin College have shifted to online classes due to the novel coronavirus.
Teacher strikes leave 2M students out of classrooms across Ontario
Teachers in Ontario walked out of classes on Friday to protest recent cuts to public education.
Coyote risk ‘virtually nil,’ official says despite reports of incidents
In January, a Barrhaven couple lost one of their dogs to a suspected coyote attack. That was followed a few days later by a sensational story about a father in New Hampshire who wrestled and killed a coyote after it tried to nab his two-year-old son. These are the kinds…
English Catholic teachers hold one-day provincewide strike with more action to come
This time English Catholic teachers have walked off the job.
Strength in numbers: Ranks of female professors growing in Canada
There is an increasing number of full women professors in universities across Canada, though much still remains to be done to close the gender inequality gap.
Building blocks: Carleton hosts LEGO robotics competition
For the first time FIRST LEGO League comes to Ottawa and is hosted at Carleton University
The Canadian Federation of Students urges Ontario government to respond to student debt crisis
The CFS demands roll back on recent cuts to pose-secondary funding an addresses the student debt crisis.