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Headlines for Nov. 6, 2018

BY ANQI SHEN | NOV 06 2018

Reconciliation on campus: what’s the next step beyond inclusion?

The right approach depends on specifics of the Indigenous territory where an institution is located and should be guided by firm relationships with local communities.

Winnipeg Free Press
Police searching for U of M poster suspects

A Winnipeg Police Service spokeswoman confirmed police involvement Monday, but stopped short of saying whether the incident was being investigated as a potential hate crime.

Nanaimo News Now
VIU cancels classes, offers support services after student passes away

The university confirmed a student fell from the library and passed away. It said no other details will be released for privacy reasons.

Kingston Whig-Standard
Queen’s names Patrick Deane new principal and vice-chancellor

Dr. Deane, who was from 2005 to 2010 Queen’s vice-principal (academic), returns to Kingston after a nine-year term as president and vice-chancellor of McMaster University in Hamilton.

Ottawa Citizen
Carleton professor wins Polar Medal for permafrost research

Chris Burn has won the Governor General’s Polar Medal for permafrost research that has advanced science while having an “intimate interconnection with the North, the land and the people” as its hallmark.

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