Today marks the 25th anniversary of what is now known as Indigenous Peoples Day. As part of the celebration, York community members are encouraged to take the time to learn more about the history and continuing experiences of colonization of Indigenous Peoples in Canada, including but not limited to the Residential Schools and the Sixties Scoop.
The Centre for Aboriginal Student Services changes its name to the Centre for Indigenous Student Services
As York University celebrates National Indigenous History Month, the time is right to officially announce the name change of the Centre for Aboriginal Student Services to the Centre for Indigenous Student Services.
A new study co-authored by Charles H. Cho, professor of accounting and the Erivan K. Haub Chair in Business and Sustainability at the Schulich School of Business, has found that businesses located in cities with severe air pollution are more likely to cook the books.
York University is requiring all students living in residence for the 2021-22 academic year to be vaccinated. This requirement is supported by Toronto Public Health, as it is recognized that vaccines are a safe and effective way to protect those who come in contact with others, especially in shared spaces.