Morning folks. Today we’re going to look at the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. As I demonstrated here, it is a lot like Alberta in its
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Why do universities keep writing strategic plans? It sounds like a simple question, but it isn’t. Every institution has a strategy, in the
Thursday is election day in Ontario and somehow, a Conservative government that spent the last two and a half years managing the pandemic with a
All righty then: so far in this nutshell series we’ve avoided writing about the two “big” provinces, but since Ontario is going to the polls
It has now been something on the order of 26 months since anyone in the United States has been required to make payments their student loans. As in
A few months ago I wrote a piece on inter-provincial mobility in Canada in which I a) noted that in absolute terms, Alberta was the country’s
Morning everyone. Today’s edition of the Nutshell series features one of the more anomalous provinces in Canada (from a higher education
Interesting news out of China last week, as three major research universities – Lanzhou University, Renmin University and Nanjing University (the
Good morning. We’ve done “nutshell” portraits of Nova Scotia, Alberta and British Columbia. Now, on to the greatest province of them
Though it passed mostly un-noticed south of 60, the Task Force on Northern Post-Secondary Education issued its final report at the end of March.
One of the more interesting higher ed books I’ve read so far this year is Pivot by Mark Lombardi and Joanne Soliday. It’s not a brand-new book
Morning everyone. You know the drill by now, since we’ve already done this for Nova Scotia and Alberta. So, let’s get going. Let’s start
Co-authored with Tiffany MacLennan Morning everyone. You know the drill by now, since we’ve already done this for Nova Scotia and Alberta.
All ten provinces have now issued their budgets, so it’s time for our annual look at how governments across the country are choosing to invest (or
A couple of weeks ago, I told you I’d be doing statistical portraits of various provinces over the next few weeks. I started with Nova Scotia