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          Ontario’s universities condemn violence in Iran
          Ontario's universities stand in solidarity with Iranian students, faculty, staff, alumni and citizens, at home and abroad and condemn the death of Mahsa Amini and all instances of gender-based violence and violations of human rights.
          nada’s Largest Edutional Fair Returns in Person this Weekend
          This weekend, Ontario’s universities will welcome students and their supporters back in person for the annual Ontario Universities’ Fair (OUF), taking place Saturday, October 1 and Sunday, October 2, from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building.
          Partnering to Help Municipalities Build Climate-Resilient Communities
          As municipalities continue to act on climate change and prepare for future impacts, Ontario’s universities are forging strong, solutions-driven partnerships within these communities. Learn more about the climate change research, programs and work underway at our universities.
          Women's Health Scholars Awards
          Ontario Women’s Health Scholars 2022
          Ground-breaking women’s health research is taking place across Ontario’s universities, exploring critil topics, such as the factors that contribute to young-onset breast ncer survival, women’s recruitment and retention as first responders, and the misdiagnosis of brain injury in survivors of intimate partner violence.
          Autism Awards 2022
          Autism Scholars Award 2022
          Three Ontario university graduate students are being recognized by the Council of Ontario Universities for their transformative autism research that supports new discoveries, treatments and contributions that will positively impact children with autism and their families.
          We build resiliency
          Building a Resilient Future
          Ontario’s universities are building a resilient and brighter future for Ontario and all who live here. From training healthre heroes on the frontlines of the pandemic and making life-changing research discoveries to supporting the social and economic fabric of our communities, universities continue to play a critil role in helping lead the province toward a more prosperous and resilient today and tomorrow.
          Partnering to Drive Ontario's Recovery through Talent and Innovation
          Partnering to Drive Ontario's Recovery through Talent and Innovation
          In?Partnering to Drive Ontario’s Recovery through Talent and Innovation, we outline how, as Ontario looks to rebuild and recover from COVID-19, Ontario’s universities are at the forefront of rebuilding a world-class health-re system; developing job-ready graduates; driving regional economic development; and creating solutions to Ontario’s challenges.
          Partnering to Help Protect our Students and Communities Against COVID-19
          As Ontario continues to respond to COVID-19, including to new variants and waves, Ontario’s universities remain committed to ensuring the health and safety of students, staff, faculty and community members. Visit this landing page to find more information about how universities continue to help protect our students and communities against COVID-19, links to each Ontario university’s COVID-19 page and additional resources.
          Partnering to Drive Ontario's Recovery through Talent and Innovation

          In?Partnering to Drive Ontario’s Recovery through Talent and Innovation, we outline how, as Ontario looks to rebuild and recover from COVID-19, Ontario’s universities are at the forefront of rebuilding a world-class health-re system; developing job-ready graduates; driving regional economic development; and creating solutions to Ontario’s challenges.

          At the Forefront of
          Ontario’s Recovery
          Ontario’s universities have a vital role to play in supporting the province through COVID-19 and addressing the issues Ontarians re about most – from rebuilding the province’s health-re system to ensuring Ontario has an adaptable workforce and globally competitive economy. Universities are establishing partnerships to drive economic growth, support families and communities, connect people and ideas and drive innovation to build a brighter future for all Ontarians.
          Ontario’s universities are actively working with their
          partners on the issues that matter most to Ontarians.

          We are partnering to grow the economy, to equip graduates with skills and experience for the jobs of the future, to improve health re so that Ontarians n lead longer and healthier lives, and to support life-changing ideas and discoveries through research and innovation.

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          Making an Impact
          Lakehead University vaccine clinic
          Increasing vaccination rates through community partnerships
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          Designing efficient vaccination clinics
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          Maintaining vaccine enthusiasm
          News & Updates
          How We're Partnering for
          a Better Future for Ontario
          Ontario’s universities are partnering with government, communities and industry to help Ontario rebuild from the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
          Creating a More
          Prosperous Ontario
          Building a Resilient Future
          From training healthre heroes on the frontlines of the pandemic and making life-changing research discoveries to supporting the social and economic fabric of our communities, universities continue to play a critil role in helping lead the province toward a more prosperous and resilient today and tomorrow.
          Partnering to Drive Ontario's Recovery through Talent and Innovation
          Our universities are committed and well-positioned to continue to play a critil role in Ontario’s social and economic recovery. Learn more about how universities will continue to develop highly skilled, adaptable talent, drive innovation and regional economic development and help rebuild our health-re system.
          Partnering to Support the COVID-19 Vaccine Roll-Out
          As Ontario’s universities and prepare to welcome new and returning students this fall, we encourage all faculty, staff and students to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
          Partnering to Support Ontario's Recovery
          Watch this short video to learn how Ontario’s universities are playing a vital role in strengthening Ontario and helping address the urgent needs of students, communities and the province.
          Partnering to Build a Strong Ontario
          Ontario's universities pre-budget submission details how government and universities n partner to unleash the potential of our province by helping our students gain the transferrable skills they need to thrive, sharing cutting-edge infrastructure with lol businesses, and fuelling a dynamic innovation ecosystem that will help build Ontario.
          Partnering for a Better Future for Ontario's Regional Economies
          Ontario’s universities are embedded in their lol communities, employing thousands of residents and supporting businesses through the economic activity of students, the university and faculty, alike. They are conducting ground-breaking research that leads to new technologies and helps build a sustainable economies.
          Working together to build a more prosperous Ontario
          Ontario’s universities are partnering with government and industry to develop the skilled workforce and drive the ground-breaking innovation the province needs to compete, both regionally and globally.
          Partnering for a Better Future for Advanced Manufacturing
          Watch this short video to find out how universities are partnering to help develop the skilled workforce and innovative technologies to support Ontario’s advanced manufacturing sector.
          Building a Resilient Future
          Partnering to Drive Ontario's Recovery through Talent and Innovation
          Partnering to Drive Ontario's Recovery through Talent and Innovation
          Partnering to Support the COVID-19 Vaccine Roll-Out
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          Partnering to Support Ontario's Recovery
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          Partnering to Build a Strong Ontario
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          Partnering for a Better Future for Ontario's Regional Economies
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          Working together to build a more prosperous Ontario
          Partnering for Advanced Manufacturing
          Partnering for a Better Future for Advanced Manufacturing