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Headlines for Feb. 7, 2017

BY ANQI SHEN | FEB 07 2017

Toronto Star
Youth Minister Trudeau: Is PM delivering on promises?

The prime minister gave himself an extra portfolio after the 2015 election, but critics say he has a mixed record on youth issues.

Globe and Mail
Canadian universities aim to help students, faculty stranded by Trump order

One of the most important ways universities have stressed they will uphold the values of openness and tolerance is by making it easier for those affected to come to Canada.

Globe and Mail
Battery expert Jeff Dahn wins major Canadian science prize

Dr. Dahn has been named this year’s winner of the Herzberg Gold Medal, Canada’s most prestigious science prize.

Audio: How Trump’s travel ban could mean a brain gain for Canadian universities

Many international students at American schools are feeling uncertain about their place in the U.S. — and some are considering studying elsewhere, including Canada.

Overwhelming response to waiving fees for students affected by travel ban, says MUN

Noreen Golfman said she’s been told by staff that Memorial University is getting double the number of inquiries from international numbers, but couldn’t provide figures.

Canadian Lawyer
Dividing the bar

Trinity Western’s law school proposal has sparked a fundamental debate about religious freedom and discrimination.

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