New legislation in Alberta that would impact professionals from other provinces moving to Alberta. Proposed legislation in Ontario that would impact internationally trained professionals moving to Ontario. And the “frat culture” that still exists in STEM classrooms. These were the most-read stories from the Daily Media Report in late October and early November.

Alberta mobility legislation: The Alberta government has introduced legislation that would set deadlines of 20 business days for regulatory authorities to register decisions on complete applications from applicants with professional credentials from other provinces who are looking to move to Alberta.

Ontario mobility legislation: Ontario was set to introduce legislation that would make it easier for immigrants to get licensed to work in professions in Ontario that match their areas of expertise. If passed, the legislation would prevent many regulatory bodies from requiring immigrants to have Canadian work experience to get licensed.

Being a woman in STEM: The Queen’s Journal spoke with three students about how gender roles and expectations impact their learning in STEM subjects.