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Headlines for May 28, 2019


Global News
Professor taking U of R to court over oil and gas research funding details

Emily Eaton is studying influence of oil and energy interests in Saskatchewan’s education system.

The Province
B.C. post-secondary educators fight to fix ‘structural’ problem of precarious contract work

Present system ‘allows the university to run on short-term, dispensable labour’.

The Telegram
Memorial University department is country’s only comprehensive Anglophone folklore program

Neil Rosenberg was the second professor hired in Memorial University’s folklore department when he started in September 1968.

CTV News Winnipeg
Two-Spirit Archives collection launched at University of Winnipeg

The University of Winnipeg has made history as a new home to pieces of Indigenous LGBTQ2 history.

CBC News
First female chancellor at UWindsor thrilled to be ‘coming home’

‘I believe we have a responsibility to have people recognize what’s possible’.

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