The Ontario government has unveiled a new action plan to stop sexual violence and harassment.
The involvement of community-based organizations such as METRAC was key to the creation of Ontario’s new action plan on sexual violence.
What role can faculty play in addressing sexual violence on their campuses?
A student activist shares her story of working to end sexual violence on campus.
How is Ontario’s new action plan on sexual violence playing out on
The case of the Toronto School of Theology raises serious questions about the misuse of quality assurance processes in the province.
The successful campaign against admin overreach at Brock University carries lessons for faculty everywhere.
The resignation of Arvind Gupta reveals worrying trends and damaging ideas about Canadian university governance.
An innovative program at the University of Toronto Mississauga allows individuals with intellectual disabilities to experience university life.
The controversy around presidential pay at Western proved to be a flashpoint for taking back control.
An account of attacks on openness and deliberation by someone at the centre of the governance controversy.
Today, the majority of PhD graduates will not become university professors. Two reasons for this are glaringly simple: professors are not retiring at 65 and universities are not hiring as they once did. A third is that there are an increasing number of opportunities for employment outside academe. Despite this reality, graduate supervision remains based […]
Contract faculty work in Ontario is unfair, ineffective, and ready for a shakeup.
The University and College Union is fighting back against zero-hour contracts that trap thousands in casualized work.
Precarious academic work is an important issue in Australia, and the National Tertiary Education Union is making it a priority.