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Headlines for Feb 18, 2022


The National Post
Concordia University in Montreal to co-lead new $160-million Canadian cybersecurity innovation network

To address the cybersecurity challenges in terms of R&D, innovation, and training, and to help institutions and businesses across the country manage cyber threats, the Government of Canada announced today $76.4 million in funding over four years to the National Cybersecurity Consortium (NCC).

The Calgary Herald
U of C group set to lead cybersecurity innovation in Canada

The University of Calgary is working with the federal government and post-secondary institutions nationwide to lead cybersecurity innovation and talent development across Canada.

Kamloops This Week
Gaglardi family’s $10-million donation single-largest in history of Thompson Rivers University

The donation will go toward helping to fund a new building and student programs within the renamed Bob Gaglardi School of Business and Economics.

CBC News
University of Alberta, academic staff enter formal mediation after negotiations stall

No desire to force strike action, U of A’s bargaining committee says.

CBC News
Queen’s grad students vote in favour of strike mandate

Grad student workers at Queen’s University have voted overwhelmingly in favour of a strike mandate as negotiations with Queen’s administration have hit a stand still.

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