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The fight to end hunger on Canadian university campuses

Forty per cent of post-secondary students in Canada are food insecure. Schools—and other students—are finding solutions.
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Self-care tips for post-secondary students

School is stressful enough without a pandemic layered on. Here are some tips for taking care and staying grounded.
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How Indigenous institutes are reclaiming education

The push for recognition of Indigenous institutes as a central pillar in Canada’s post-secondary landscape

How to choose the right university for you

We spoke to students, admissions advisers and admissions consultants for tips on how to make that crucial choice

Diversity among doctors

Students with disabilities are finding their place in medical schools—and beyond

Math TA seeks French PhD: OkCUPE unites crushes on picket line

University of Toronto teaching assistants found solidarity in unusual ways—like a missed-connections network to help set people up with picket-line crushes
Stanford University students listen during their Technology Entrepreneurship class

Canada’s M.B.A. programs: a variety of options at 41 schools

Tuition and program lengths vary widely, and the traditional M.B.A.—two years, full-time—is no longer the only way to go

Double and triple threats: When an extra degree pays off

As Ph.D.s struggle to find work, some professionals are going back to school to get third and fourth degrees
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Law school in Canada: what will it cost?

Comparing tuition fees at Canada’s common and civil law schools
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The new faces of law school in Canada

The LPP, an alternative to traditional articling, attracts students who don’t fit the traditional mould