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Headlines for June 14, 2023


CTV News
Here’s how this University of Sask. grad just made ‘history’

Dyck is the first graduate to win both the Earl of Bessborough Prize in science and the University of Saskatchewan Film Society Prize. He’s also graduating with both a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Music degree.

The PIE News
Canada’s deportation latest: opposition MPs call for PR for affected students

Support for international students threatened with deportation from Canada is mounting, as opposition politicians press the government for immediate solutions to the crisis.

The Globe and Mail
Canada wastes the skills of its immigrants, and the economy suffers as a result

Canada’s issue is not a shortage of skilled immigrants, but the roadblocks that stand in the way of their economic integration Claudia Hepburn is the chief executive of Windmill Microlending.

Policy Options
The case of McVety’s “university” has massive legal and constitutional implications

At the heart of an appeal involving Charles McVety and his Canada Christian College is an important principle about parliamentary supremacy.

CTV News
Decades-long degree: U of G student graduating over half a century after starting degree

More than half a century after starting his studies at the University of Guelph, Steven Potter is getting ready to graduate.

CBC News
Special adviser says Simon Fraser University football exhibition plan not feasible

Simon Fraser University’s athletic department says its football program will not play exhibition games in the fall as it is “not feasible.”

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