It’s the end of an era at Brescia University College. Thursday, officials announced a full integration of the women’s university into Western University by spring, with the facilities to become focused on “underrepresented” students and those who need support upon arrival on campus. Our Beatriz Balleiro asked Brescia students what they thought: Read More
Ontario education workers will announce at 10 a.m. on Monday whether the tentative deal they reached with the Ford government will be ratified.
Five of the brightest cities in Canada, measured in average hours of sun, reside in the triangle between Calgary, Medicine Hat and Lethbridge, Alta. So it’s mildly amusing to note Alberta’s new premier, Danielle Smith, essentially clinched the United Conservative Party leadership by vowing to tell Ottawa to stick it where the sun don’t shine.
A new program hatched in the London-area is offering adult learners a chance to earn college credits and explore the ins and outs of post-secondary education while finishing high school.
Thames Valley District school board trustees are set to debate student safety as their 80,000 schoolkids head back to the classroom for the first time in two years without any COVID-19 mask rules.
The provincial government has reached a tentative deal with 7,000 school support staff who are represented by the Ontario Council of Education Workers
TORONTO — Ontario is revising its elementary science curriculum, including a new section involving hands-on technology and engineering learning and coding.