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Headlines for April 29, 2022


Ottawa Citizen
Ontario university faculty and academic librarians give a failing grade to Ford’s election budget

“This budget fails faculty, it fails staff, it fails students, and it fails Ontarians,” said Sue Wurtele, OCUFA President.

Global News
Tuition fees go up at the University of Saskatchewan for the first time in 2 years

Students at the University of Saskatchewan are going to be paying higher tuition come September. Tuition is going up four per cent for the fall 2022 term.
Laurentian University pledges ‘full co-operation’ in response to scathing auditor general’s report

Sudbury university’s board of governors ‘took every possible step to avoid CCAA filing.’

CBC News
More accountability needed for frats accused of sexual violence, student leader says

London police are investigating after a woman says she was drugged at a Zeta Psi party.

The National Post
New Poll: Recent Graduates in High Demand in Tight Canadian Labour Market

More than 2 in 5 (43%) Canadian hiring decision-makers say their company plans to hire recent university and college graduates in 2022.

The Tyee
Athabasca University’s Big No to the Kenney Government

President Peter Scott of the large virtual school rebuffs pressure to move staff to the town that bears its name.

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