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Headlines for June 28, 2022


The Globe and Mail
Supercluster program gets political renewal — and new name — from Innovation Minister Champagne

Innovation, Science and Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne faced uncertainty over the federal government’s innovation cluster funding program. But with a new budget, changed name and political endorsements, he wants to double down on the program’s efforts.

The Ottawa Citizen
University of Ottawa part-time professors vote for strike mandate

The union representing part-time professors at the University of Ottawa says members may go on strike if the school isn’t more “accommodating” of its demands in ongoing labour talks.

The Winnipeg Free Press
U of M patient-oriented research initiative renewed

The research initiative was announced at a news conference at the University of Manitoba’s Brodie Centre.

OCAD University
Research shows relationship between student commuting and academic success

President Emerita Dr. Sara Diamond and Faculty of Design Professor Jeremy Bowes, in collaboration with researchers from five universities across Ontario, have announced key results from the largest-ever study on student transportation.

CTV News
U of R receives $20 million to fund mental health projects

The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) provided $20 million to the University of Regina to fund five projects in support of mental health, the largest one-time funding contribution in the University of Regina’s history.

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