Right The Future
Amazing things happen when diverse communities work together to tackle world issues. When York University students apply their knowledge, they have the power to make things right. Join us in creating positive change at our three core campuses in the Greater Toronto Area - Keele, Glendon and Markham (opening spring 2024).
February 22, 2024
Becoming Professor Carl James
February 20, 2024
Bergeron Market certified York’s first gluten-free facility
February 12, 2024
Walking the path with Harriet Tubman at York University
February 9, 2024
Researchers share findings that could lead to better cancer care
February 1, 2024
Celebrating Black stories, Black voices for Black History Month
Startup investor Eva Lau, one of only a handful of women to front a venture capital fund, has a well-honed instinct for what is happening next
York biologist Dawn Bazely on why science communication matters
Artist Sarindar Dhaliwal colourizes the past in a major exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario
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A community of changemakers working to create a better future
York believes that our diverse community, excellent learning and research, and commitment to collaboration allows us to address complex global challenges to create positive change in the local and global communities we serve. Our staff, students and faculty are passionate about building a more innovative, just and sustainable world.
We recognize that many Indigenous Nations have longstanding relationships with the territories upon which York University campuses are located that precede the establishment of York University. York University acknowledges its presence on the traditional territory of many Indigenous Nations. The area known as Tkaronto [Tig-ar-on-toe] has been care taken by the Anishinabek [Nish-na-bek] Nation, the Haudenosaunee [Ho-dee-no-sho-nee] Confederacy, and the Huron-Wendat. It is now home to many First Nation, Inuit and Métis communities. We acknowledge the current treaty holders, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. This territory is subject of the Dish with One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant, an agreement to peaceably share and care for the Great Lakes region.