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Headlines for June 5, 2019


Globe and Mail
Government urged to amend Copyright Act in bid to protect visual and Indigenous artists

The House of Commons industry committee is urging the government to look at ways for visual artists to make money every time their work is resold – not just on the initial sale.

National Post
Opinion: The ‘double-dipping professor’ in Doug Ford’s crosshairs is nothing but a myth

Properly understood, there is neither anything offensive about ‘double-dipping’ nor any cost to the Ontario taxpayer.

CBC News
Why Quebec’s religious symbols bill changed my university plans

Barâa Arar always dreamed of attending her mom’s alma mater, McGill University — then came Bill 21.

CBC News
B.C. government invests in measures to prevent sexual violence on campuses

The provincial government announced Tuesday it will invest more than $700,000 to prevent and respond to sexual violence on campuses across B.C.

CBC News
UNB prof accused of being a white supremacist takes early retirement

Ricardo Duchesne plans to focus on pursuits as an independent scholar, says vice-president.

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