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Headlines for July 4, 2018

BY ANQI SHEN | JUL 04 2018

Cape Breton Post
Cape Breton University looks ahead to 2024

When Cape Breton University unveils its strategic plan later this fall, don’t be surprised if the document meant to chart the university’s course for the next five years seems a bit brief.

U of R opening dedicated residence for LGBTQ students and allies

The school has partnered with the UR Pride Centre to create the Colourful Campus House, a housing initiative which will begin in fall 2018.

Academic calls on U of O to rename Fauteux Hall

Pratt argues Fauteux is on the wrong side of history when it comes to the case of Everett Klippert, the last Canadian to go to prison for being gay.

UPEI joins national alcohol harms organization

The university recently joined the Post-Secondary Education Alcohol Harms (PEPAH) organization, a group of universities partnered with the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction.

Regina Leader-Post
Halifax becoming a big fish in the ocean startup ecosystem, and it doesn’t stop there

Its Innovation District is home to seven post-secondary institutions, hospitals and research labs, and thousands of tech, financial and life sciences firms.

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