Education

As federal legalization approaches, universities and colleges are starting to offer cannabis programs.

Cannabis educationCourses in cannabis marketing, cultivation are cropping up as legalization approaches

Dal’s Continuing Education College offering courses in growing, sales and finances

Feb 16, 2018

Clarke, Canada's Poet Laureate, reads an excerpt of his poem at Dalhousie's Bicentennial Launch

RacismQ&A: Renowned Dalhousie alumnus reflects on racism and slavery

'Should the university change its name? I wouldn’t be happy with that'

Feb 15, 2018

Province and NSTU disagree on Glaze report implementation.

SchoolsStay or leave: Supervisory staff at schools given year to decide on future in NSTU

NSTU's position regarding report implementation stays the same

Feb 15, 2018

Karly Kehoe(middle), Edward Lempinen(right) hope that more refugee scholars can come to Nova Scotia to continue their research.

RefugeesHalifax would be a good home for refugee scholars, researcher says

Saint Mary’s University partners with international group that helps at-risk scholars

Feb 14, 2018

Julie Simone-Rutgers says the inquiry is a "noble initiative," but wants to see Kings do more for its racialized students.

HistoryUniversity of King’s College announces inquiry into its complicated past

Scholarly inquiry will involve professors, students looking into school’s history

Feb 14, 2018

Halifax Central Junior High is one of the seven schools set to become accessible.

Accessibility More than 30 schools in the HRM aren’t wheelchair accessible

HRSB planning to install nine wheelchair lifts in seven schools by April

Feb 9, 2018

The Dalhousie University sign on University Avenue

EducationConciliation for DFA, Dal ends with tentative deal

DFA to schedule ratification vote after Thursday meeting

Feb 1, 2018