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UW mistakenly told employers to cut work-study hours. They haven’t issued...

UW issued a work-study program application form for employers, indicating that this semester’s work-study hours would be reduced.  But UW is now saying there will...

Canadian Emergency Student Benefit: What you need to know

Postsecondary students who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents are getting a $9 billion lift from the federal government.  The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the...

The real reasons why international students pay higher tuition fees

International students are a staple of any Canadian university and integral to the financial buoyancy of our post-secondary education system. 1 - How much do...

We are students, not machines

Every time I ask someone, “Have you been getting enough sleep?” I get a giggle, a sigh, and a response saying “of course not.” They...

How to Find the Ideal Co-op Job: Advice from Experienced Students

Finding a good co-op job requires three things: figuring out the kind of job you want, crafting a flawless resume, and nailing the interview.  To...

A French university in Ontario

A new university is set to open in Ontario for its first cohort of students this September, with one key difference separating it from...

Coping with corona on co-op: Thoughts from an intern quarantined in...

Seattle is beautiful right now. There’s an ornamental plum tree down the street that’s been snowing pink petals, and daffodils are lining the trail...

Campus Question: What do you do after a midterm to relax?

“I just got Disney+, so I’m definitely watching that!” “I like to hang out with friends, and we go out to get something to eat...

How students face the GRT strike

The GRT strike has rocked the day-today life of students in the KW region.  Over 17,000 students are being affected daily, along with various other...

Student Choice Initiative “inconsistent with the law” court rules

The Student Choice Initiative as formulated by the Ford government is unlawful according to the Ontario Divisional Court decision announced on Thursday, Nov. 21....