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U.S. war resister faces deportation

Corey Glass is quite comfortably settled in Canada. The Indiana-born 25-year-old lives in Toronto and works transporting remains to funeral […]

16 June, 2008
First Nations uni saved at last minute

In operation since 1985, the First Nations Technical Institute is the oldest Aboriginal educational institution of its kind in Ontario. […]

7 April, 2008
The future ain’t Purdey

“Would people have been inspired had Martin Luther King said ‘I have a nightmare?’” That was the question put forward […]

20 March, 2008
Saudi school scores Sargent

Electrical and computer engineering professor Ted Sargent was recently awarded a $10-million grant from the brand new King Abdullah University […]

17 March, 2008
Microsoft gives away software to students

Since well before the IT boom, the University of Waterloo has been jumping- off point for many of Canada’s best […]

28 February, 2008
Shame on all the Nader haters

Despite the criticism he’s faced since unveiling his presidential campaign last week, Ralph Nader has every right to run for […]

28 February, 2008
Payout ‘a drop in

Maintaining a sprawling 180-year-old campus isn’t cheap. That’s why U of T is getting nearly $26 million to spruce itself […]

4 February, 2008

The Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation is facing strong opposition from the NDP’s post-secondary education critic, Denise Savoie, who stated in […]

21 January, 2008
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