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Headlines for Dec. 3, 2019


CTV News
Polytechnique: Gun used to kill 14 women still not banned in Canada

Heidi Rathjen was just 21 years old when a shooter walked into École Polytechnique with the intent to kill women simply because they were studying in the sciences.

The National Post
McGill student leader blames anti-Semitism for reprimand for over free trip to Israel

Student executives at McGill University deny claims they singled out and censured a Jewish colleague for accepting a free trip to Israel.

The Globe and Mail
Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei plans to relocate research centre to Canada from U.S.

Huawei plans to shift research to Canada from the United States and manufacture some mobile network equipment outside China its founder Ren Zhengfei says, as the Chinese tech giant seeks to combat an increasingly hostile White House.

London Free Press
Western’s medical school launches new office to boost military ties

Western University’s medical school is shining a spotlight on its military ties, launching a dedicated office to boost links to the Canadian Armed Forces.

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