As of today, York University has a new and dynamic Faculty – the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change (EUC) – ready to take up the challenges of the climate crisis, biodiversity loss and increased urbanization, and their impact on people and the planet.
TORONTO, August 25, 2020 – York University’s Entrepreneurial Leadership and Learning Alliance program for women business owners – ELLA – has received top-up funding from the Government of Canada to establish a new program to help female business owners who are facing barriers to expansion. The Women Entrepreneurship Strategy (WES) Ecosystem Fund investment of $281,600, […]
Gun violence in the United States disrupts the ability of victims of all ages to trust other people, a ripple effect that is often long lasting and often has a greater impact on Black Americans, says York University Assistant Professor Cary Wu.
York University program helps local businesses scale up into mass retail chains TORONTO, August 21, 2020 – York University’s food accelerator program is the first of its kind in Ontario to help Canadian business owners with products in market scale up rapidly, giving them a much-needed jumpstart in a food industry challenged during the COVID-19 […]
By Saturday, humanity will have overdrawn its ecological account for the year. Known as Earth Overshoot Day, it’s the day when humans will have used as much from the Earth as the planet can renew in a year. York University produces the data that informs this calculation.
Canada’s Competition Bureau launched an investigation of Amazon’s impact on competition on Friday, Aug. 14 and is requesting input from businesses selling on Amazon’s online marketplace.
TORONTO, Aug. 12, 2020 – New research from York University found that even as those who belong to two different cultural groups in North America strive to be true to themselves and their cultural roots, they face social consequences when changing their behaviour to adapt and navigate different cultural situations. In the new paper published in Social […]