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Headlines for Oct. 22, 2019

Mississauga-Malton re-elects Liberal incumbent Navdeep Bains

Under his last term, Bains was a cabinet member as Minister of Innovation, Science, and Economic Development. His near landslide victory reminds him that Mississauga-Malton voters were satisfied with his tenure.
Liberal Hajdu wins in landslide in TB-Superior North

With 202 of 203 polls reporting, the former minister of employment, labour and workforce development had captured 42.6 per cent of the vote and leads Conservative Frank Pullia by 7.121 votes.

Globe and Mail
Sentiment split on new degree requirement for financial planners

A new rule from FP Canada that requires candidates looking to earn the certified financial planner designation to have completed a post-secondary degree is stoking division and debate among financial professionals.

The Kingston Whig-Standard
Queen’s students clean up in aftermath of Aberdeen Street

Students were on the streets of the University District early on Sunday morning, cleaning up after their peers.

Halifax Today
SMU archaeology students investigating mass grave of SS Atlantic victims

A group of Saint Mary’s University archaeology students are in the process of trying to determine the boundaries of a mass grave in Terence Bay.

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