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Headlines for June 12, 2019


Globe and Mail
New rules governing unpaid interns in federally regulated sectors released

They include standard protections like 40-hour work weeks, holidays, maternity-related reassignments and leave.

Co-op learning in B.C. gets $9-million funding boost

The provincial government announced $9 million in funding for co-operative education Monday, believed to be the biggest B.C. investment in 20 years in co-op learning.

North Bay Nugget
Wage cap ‘a race to the bottom’

Nipissing University Faculty Association concerned for contract faculty.

Inside Higher Ed
Japan to tighten rules for enrolling foreign students

Japan’s education ministry and immigration agency said they would tighten rules around the enrollment of foreign students after a university was found to have lost contact with more than 1,600 international students.

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