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Headlines for May 15, 2018

BY ANQI SHEN | MAY 15 2018

Globe and Mail
Opinion: Should universities inform parents when their children have mental-health issues?

Suicide is a leading cause of death in this age group, second only to motor-vehicle crashes, André Picard writes.

Globe and Mail
Opinion: To increase Canadian innovation, take a lesson from our AI successes

McGill, the Universities of Montreal, Toronto and Alberta have been vital to Canada’s AI success, Alan Bernstein writes.

Calgary Herald
University of Alberta’s cyclotron facility could fully supply Alberta’s demand for medical isotopes

Although tests have shown that the facility is capable of meeting the province’s need for 1,000 diagnostic procedures a day, there are still hurdles to overcome.

Nurses association in New Brunwsick faces lawsuit over ‘atrocious’ failure rate by francophones

A group promoting the rights of New Brunswick francophones says it will file a lawsuit over the high rate of failure by francophone nursing graduates who take the licensing exam.

CBU begins to ‘dream of a better university’ as it ponders next 5 years

Cape Breton University is taking stock of its entire operation and plans to gather feedback for a five-year strategic plan by the end of August.

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