The drop in oil prices is affecting more than the price at the pump. Engineering students report fewer job advertisements and reduced co-op programs as a result of company cutbacks.
In October, youth unemployment was at 12.6 per cent, down slightly as fewer young people looked for work, said Statistics Canada. According to a recent Conference Board of Canada survey, employers said applicants and new hires lack essential skills, such as communication, critical thinking and teamwork.
In the Messier 82 (M82) Galaxy 12 million light years away, there’s a stellar fight taking place between a star and its deceased neighbour. NASA has reached out to Jeanette Gladstone, the University of Alberta Observatory’s director of public education and outreach, to give expert analysis of the event.
Yaneric Bisaillon, vice-president of university affairs of the International, Political and Policy Studies Student Association (IPPSSA) at the University of Ottawa, has resigned following allegations of sexual harassment during 101 Week in September.
The University of New Brunswick Students’ Union’s website is undergoing a security overhaul after it fell victim to hackers from an organization appearing to support the terrorist group ISIS on the night of Oct. 13.
KIERAN CHRYSLER The Gateway (University of Alberta) What would you do if your wife disappeared and you were accused of murdering her? Director David Fincher explores this idea through the amazing suspense film written by the novel’s author, Gillian Flynn. Gone Girl is a reminder that films do not have to be classified as horror…
The goals included eradicating extreme poverty, reducing gender inequality, improving maternal and newborn health and increasing the accessibility of primary education.
The brain is constantly working and now scientists have begun to map the amazing things it can do even while the conscious mind has gone to sleep.
Councillor Doug Ford met with media in front of his mother’s Etobicoke, On. home Friday evening to officially announce he will be running for mayor.
With the number of deaths linked to party drugs on the rise, a group of University of Alberta researchers are looking to provide further insight about their chemical composition.