HANSARD Newsletters

The Hansard Newsletter takes its name from the official printed report of parliamentary debate and proceedings in the Westminster system of government.  Named after its printer, Thomas Hansard, the reports were among the first to provide a public record of government debate, a novel concept in early 19th century Great Britain.

December 2012

  • Provincial Throne Speech Delivered
  • Lobbyist Registry Update
  • AUCC Federal Budget Submission
  • CIC Changes Will Impact International Student Programs
  • R&D Expenditures Up
  • Copyright Modernization Act Proclaimed
  • AUCC Advocacy Day Video
  • Growing Forward 2 Set
  • Federal NDP Launch National Science Policy Consultations
  • Visionary Conversations

October 2012

  • New report finds Canada competes well in research on international level
  • Federal S&T investment set to decline
  • AUCC Day on the Hill
  • R&D spending up at Canada universities
  • Federal Budget 2013
  • Manitoba Legislature set to resume
  • Update on government engagement
  • Active Living Centre announcement
  • Visionary Conversations

September 2012

  • International Education Strategy Released
  • Support for Canadian High Arctic Research Station
  • International students contribute over $8 billion to Canadian economy
  • First Brazilian students come to Canada under new program
  • CANARIE funding renewed
  • Student loan assistance for rural family doctors and nurses
  • Province responds to Brandon Medical Education Study
  • New data on tuition fees
  • Visionary Conversations

 

July 2012

  • Bill 2 passed in Manitoba Legislature
  • Lower tuition not best way to improve access
  • Update on Bill C-11 - The Copyright Modernization Act
  • Manitoba strengthens sustainable development education
  • More doctors and nurse practitioners for Manitoba
  • SSHRC distributes more than $6 million under Connection Program
  • Value of post-secondary education highlighted in new data
  • Ontario discussion paper outlines proposed transformation of PSE
  • Visionary Conversations

June 2012

  • Manitoba Introduces Legislation to Limit Tuition Increases
  • DFO Cuts to Impact Manitoba
  • SSHRC Distributes More than $70 Million in Grants
  • New Innovation Partnerships Announced
  • NSERC Distributes More than $410 Million in Grants and Scholarships
  • Education a Focus in Senate Report on Strengthening Canada-Brazil Relations
  • Manitoba Suspends Grade 12 Math Exam as Part of Curriculum Revision
  • COU Launches Campaign to Connect University Researchers to the Public
  • U15 Appoints Executive Director
  • Federal Government to Support Manitoba Aerospace Research
  • Visionary Conversations

May 2012

  • Canadian universities focus on opportunities in Brazil
  • Provincial Budget tabled April 17th
  • Federal Budget fall out
  • Finance Committee set to examine charitable giving policy
  • Copyright modernization - Bill C-11 and a new agreement in place
  • Final KIP project officially opens

April 2012

  • Recap of Federal Budget 2012
  • Research and Innovation
  • Support for Technology Commercialization
  • Supporting Aboriginal Education and Training
  • Other Measures
  • Budget 2012 Reactions
March 2012
  • Federal Governmnt strengthening Canada's S&T advantage
  • Eligibility criteria expanded from Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program
  • Canada-Brazil cooperation enhanced
  • Proposals for Work in Africa
  • Ottawa plans to raise debt limit for student loans
  • BAE Systems scouting Canadian technology
  • Federal Budget set for March 29th
  • Drummond Report released
  • First Nation Education Report released
  • SERF officially opened
  • Visionary Conversations
February 2012
  • R&D spending up for 2011
  • CFI support for Canadian researchers announced
  • Canada Summer Jobs
  • Tax incentive for charitable donations submission
  • Changes to the Provincial Cabinet
  • Changes to Deputy Ministers and Senior Administration
  • Two more KIP projects opened
  • Visionary Conversations

January 2012

  • Preview of 2012
  • AUCC outlines priorities for next federal budget
  • A "Harper-ized" Canada Student Loans Program?
  • Ottawa seeks proposal for initiatives to end violence against women on campuses
  • Federal government launches 2nd CERC competition
  • Ontario to build three campuses
  • 5% increase in industrial R&D projected
  • Green Team Funding Available
  • Recreation spaces upgraded through RInC
  • Visionary Conversations
  • Parliament and Legislature to return

December 2011

  • Image matters in international competition for students
  • First "meta-university" coming to India
  • Canada welcomes its 10,000th permanent resident through the Canadian Experience Class immigration stream
  • New initiative to attract and retain international Ph.D. students
  • Report identifies gender gaps in PSE around the world
  • Ottawa launches new College-University Idea to Innovation Grants
  • Granting agencies now require Consent to Disclosure of Personal Information
  • Ontario to move ahead with 30% tuition fee reduction
  • Provincial government back to business
  • More US institutions using Facebook to recruit students, survey finds
  • Open Doors showcased all KIP projects
  • RInC Event - December 9th
  • Visionary Conversations

June 2010

  • Federal MPs tour Fort Garry Campus
  • Finance Committee to consider Charities Bill C-470, An Act to amend the Income Tax Act
  • Helping Canadian universities engage with India
  • Helping Aboriginal students succeed
  • University of Manitoba Bridge to Pofessional Acounting Pilot Project
  • Presentation to Senate committees
  • Trees for Smartpark
  • KIP project update
  • Churchill visit recap
  • Quick facts about Canadian universities
  • City of Winnipeg municipal election

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