Global Horizons 6

It’s Summertime! In this edition of our quarterly newsletter, learn about our cross-country knowledge sharing tour, information about new GSO projects, our partner Aléas, some updates to our communications toolkit, some upcoming events, and so much more.  

David Johnston: Let’s boost international education for Canadian students

When young people study or work abroad, they bring back skills and knowledge that serve to strengthen local, provincial and national interests. This op-ed was published by the Ottawa Citizen on November 14, 2022 Opinion piece by the Right Hon. David Johnston, who was the 28th Governor General of Canada; is chair of the Rideau […]

Global Horizons: Back to School

This year, back-to-school takes on a whole new meaning. Students are back on campus and back in class — a world of possibility awaits them.

Tabatha Bull: Canada’s bottom line needs globally connected Indigenous youth

Let’s support and encourage the fastest growing demographic to study and work abroad This op-ed was published in the Toronto Star August 1, 2022 Opinion piece by Tabatha Bull, President and CEO, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business The Seven Generations teaching tells us we need to consider how our words, work and actions will impact […]

National mobility program makes international learning experiences more accessible to Canadian post-secondary students

Global Skills Opportunity to connect students with a world of new opportunities OTTAWA — Thousands of Canadian post-secondary students will soon have access to life-changing international study and work opportunities through the new Global Skills Opportunity program. Officially launched today, this national outbound student mobility program is expected to enable more than 16,000 Canadian college and undergraduate-level university students from across the country […]