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Headlines for Oct. 3, 2019


U of A president says tuition hikes, program cuts ahead after UCP budget
The president of the University of Alberta predicted Wednesday that cuts are coming and that he expects tuition to go up under the province’s United Conservative Party government.

Globe and Mail
Fraternities at UBC indefinitely suspend social functions after allegation of druggings
Fraternities at the University of British Columbia have indefinitely suspended all social functions after an allegation of multiple women being drugged at parties on campus on the weekend.

Ontario Human Rights Commission to make accessible education announcement
Ontario’s human rights watchdog is to make an announcement this morning about accessible education.

Sackville Tribune Post
Student unions across New Brunswick call for no more cuts to post-secondary education
No more cuts to post-secondary education. That was the call from university students throughout New Brunswick last week as they assembled on their campuses and made their demands to the provincial government as part of their #DontCutOurFuture campaign on Thursday.

World-renowned U of T professor missing after avalanche strike in Himalayas
Indian authorities have launched a search and rescue mission after a University of Toronto professor was struck by an avalanche during an expedition in the Himalayas.

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