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DAN BREZNITZ AND DAVID WOLFE Contributed to The Globe and Mail | Sep 14, 2015

All of us who have experienced the joys of parenthood have passed through the adolescent years, when our children refuse to accept advice. Most teenagers pass through this stage and go back to being able to learn.

Julie Cafley Contributed to the Globe and Mail | Aug 19, 2015

Julie Cafley is vice-president at Canada’s Public Policy Forum. Her research focuses on higher education leadership.

Elizabeth Cannon Contributed to The Globe and Mail | Jul 7, 2015

By Mike Ramsey - The Wall Street Journal | Jun 17, 2015

Tesla Motors Inc. has locked a leading advanced battery researcher into an exclusive partnership designed to help the Palo Alto, Calif., electric-car maker sharply lower the cost of its batteries.

By Hunter Rawlings, President, AAU contributed to Washington Post | Jun 9, 2015

Pick up any paper or magazine, and you’re likely to see a front-page article on college: It costs too much, spawns too much debt, is or isn’t worth it.

Dan Breznitz Contributed to Globe and Mail | Jun 8, 2015

On May 9, The Globe and Mail published Canadians Can Innovate, But We’re Not Equipped To Win by former Res

By David T Barnard | Ottawa Citizen | Jun 7, 2015

Education has the power to transform the futures of individuals, their families and communities. However, the role of post-secondary institutions in advancing reconciliation between indigenous and non-indigenous peoples extends much further.

Council of Canadian Academies | Apr 30, 2015

The Council of Canadian Academies Releases a New Report,

Some Assembly Required: STEM Skills and Canada's Economic Productivity

April 30, 2015

Lloyd Axworthy, National Post | Apr 29, 2015

Let me begin with a direct counterpoint to the proposition that there are too many kids in Canadian universities. Instead, I believe the opposite.

Apr 14, 2015

Speech by Allan Rock
President of the University of Ottawa

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Thank you very much for coming today. I am delighted to be a guest of the Economic Club of Canada.