Professors from the University of New Brunswick pen letter against colleague Ricardo Duchesne

More than 25 professors from the University of New Brunswick have signed a letter rebuking white nationalist statements made by fellow tenured sociology professor Ricardo Duchesne. On a blog that he co-founded called the Council of European Canadians, Duchesne has…

Calgary kids abuzz with excitement at Alberta’s first Bee School

The students at Calgary’s Belvedere Parkway School are as busy as bees this spring, creating outdoor features to attract bees. “We want to bring back the bees,” Grade 3 student Ryley LaGrandeur said. Students in the school’s Eco Leaders Club…

MSVU valedictorian makes graduation ceremony permanently accessible

One of the three valedictorians at Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax succeeded in her dream of creating a more accessible graduation ceremony last week. Casey Perrin has been a vocal advocate for making her campus more accessible during her…

EMSB unanimously votes to enhance proposal to Quebec education minister

In a rare, unanimous move, the English Montreal School Board (EMSB) has voted to sweeten up the deal it’s offering to Quebec’s education minister Jean-François Roberge to avoid losing three schools by including cohabitation in their proposal. The original proposal…

Professor under investigation at University of New Brunswick over comments

The University of New Brunswick is investigating after a tenured sociology professor’s comments and appearances with accused white nationalists were brought to the public’s attention earlier this week. Ricardo Duchesne is known for his controversial views, often published on the…

Regina Catholic School Division awarded Follett Challenge for innovation

The Regina Catholic School Division was honoured on Wednesday after winning the grand prize in the annual Follett Challenge. The challenge is an international education competition seeking the most innovative K-12 programs that teach 21st-century skills. Story continues below READ MORE:…

First Nations leaders upset new Indigenous high school curriculum not mandatory

TORONTO – Indigenous courses will not be a mandatory part of the high school curriculum in Ontario – a decision that has angered First Nations members. The Progressive Conservative government’s decision reverses a commitment from the former Liberals to make the…

School boards important to English-speaking Quebecers, want independence from government: Léger survey

English-speaking Quebecers want to elect their own school board officials and reject the provincial government’s proposal to replace them with service centres, finds a new Léger survey commissioned by the Alliance for the Promotion of Public English-language Education in Quebec…

School boards important to English-speaking Quebecers: Léger survey

English-speaking Quebecers want to elect their own school board officials and reject the provincial government’s proposal to replace them with service centres, finds a new Léger survey commissioned by the Alliance for the Promotion of Public English-language Education in Quebec…