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Headlines for April 4, 2017

BY ANQI SHEN | APR 04 2017

Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa academic’s release ordered from Paris jail for fifth time — prosecutors quickly block move

Two French judges ordered the release of Ottawa academic Hassan Diab from a Paris jail Monday – the fifth time since being extradited to France two and a half years ago.

National Post
‘An opportunity to make their displeasure known’: Pronoun professor denied government grant

University of Toronto psychology professor Dr. Jordan Peterson has had a federal research grant application denied for the first time in his long and distinguished academic career.

Globe and Mail
Author Brian Brett heavily criticizes UBC for handling of Galloway case

Brett is calling on UBC to apologize for the suffering it has caused over the Steven Galloway case, saying UBC should consider staging a “truth and reconciliation commission.”

Globe and Mail
Queen’s MBAs pushed to limits in sleepless resiliency challenge

Within an hour, we were led into the snowy night and onto a bus, with no sense of where we were going, writes Samantha Cochrane.

Times Higher Education
EU research ‘still failing to include social sciences’

Without input from other disciplines, new technologies will fail to improve lives, report warns

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