Scholarships

Filing Student Taxes For The First Time Is Simpler Than You Think

Jennifer Gorman | Posted 03.29.2016 | Canada Business
Jennifer Gorman

Whether you're a student or parent of a student in post-secondary studies, filing a student return for the first time may raise some questions -- but compared to studying for finals, writing research papers or adjusting to living on your own, filing taxes as a student is quite simple.

Studying Abroad Sets Students Up For Career Success

Mandy Mail | Posted 12.09.2016 | Canada Business
Mandy Mail

Many students today are recognizing that there is more to education than lectures, essays and exams. Some of the most important lessons can be learned by investing time outside the classroom walls, in communities across Canada and around the world.

Helping Students is Good for Your Bottom Line

Rob Henderson | Posted 11.26.2013 | Canada Business
Rob Henderson

Many reports suggest that upwards of 90 per cent of post-secondary students face high levels of stress and anxiety, mostly related to their finances, getting a job, personal relationships, and getting better grades. Clearly, students need help and feel there's no one providing it.

5 Ways Students Can Access up to $15 Million In Unclaimed Funding

Rob Henderson | Posted 10.26.2013 | Canada Alberta
Rob Henderson

There are various reports about the amount of scholarship and bursary money that goes unclaimed each year. Some reports suggest that it could be over $15 million. While the exact number is hard to quantify, the point is there are millions of dollars that can be leveraged towards your future education. But where is the money, and how can you find it?

Q&A With Sunny Uppal

Samuel Getachew | Posted 12.10.2012 | Canada Impact
Samuel Getachew

During the Asian Heritage Month in Canada, The Historica-Dominion Institute hosted an event that focused on the children of first-generation Asian Canadian immigrants. Sunny Uppal was one of its two speakers. Here is his story.