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March 2023

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The unfair barriers to public university education

By Grace Barakat Originally published on January 9, 2023 There is a great deal of emphasis on the importance of...

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March 2023

President’s message / Advancing equity as a collective goal

By Peter McInnis The 6th CAUT Equity Conference, held both in Ottawa and in hybrid format,...

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March 2023

CAUT Bulletin — March 2023

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By the numbers / Addressing underrepresentation in the Canada Research Chairs Program

Source: Government of Canada (2022). Program Representation Statistics. Canada Research...

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In this Issue

By David Robinson There has been a lot of horrendous higher education legislation proposed in the US in...
By CAUT Staff The week of February 20 marked the annual Fair Dealing Week, an international event that...
By CAUT Staff More than two years after Laurentian University filed for bankruptcy protection under the...
By CAUT Staff “How do we get those who haven’t done so to embrace equity?” This was the question asked by...
By Dyala Hamzah There is much more at stake with academic freedom than recent media coverage would...

Interview

Interview / Shelly Johnson / Mukwa Musayett

Shelly Johnson / Mukwa Musayett (meaning “Walking With Bears”) is of Saulteaux and Norwegian ancestry and is the...

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