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Headlines for Oct. 9, 2019


The Sault Star
“Momentum going” for reconciliation

“We want [reconciliation] to continue to be a priority in our universities in Canada,” said Algoma University president Asima Vezina.

CTV News
Video: National Building Reconciliation Forum at Algoma University

Twenty-two university presidents and several representatives from the sector are attending the National Building Reconciliation Forum in Sault Ste. Marie this week.

PIE News
Canada: international students less likely to work during studies, earn less than Canadian peers

International students in Canada are less likely to work during their studies and earn less than Canadian peers with similar educational background six years after graduation, a new report by Statistics Canada has found.

National Post
Emily Carr University closed until Oct. 15 because of possible arson fire

Classes at Emily Carr University in Vancouver are cancelled for another week because a suspected arson fire damaged some offices and art studios.

National Post
A look at Canadian-born Nobel physicist James Peebles

Born in the Winnipeg neighbourhood of St. Boniface, Dr. Peebles moved to the United States to pursue a graduate degree after studying in Manitoba.

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