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Headlines for October 31, 2022


Western Standard
Canadian government looking into foreign student subsidy

The House of Commons Science Committee recommends taxpayers consider covering tuition for international students, according to Blacklock’s Reporter.

Financial Post
Concordia University releases the final report of its President’s Task Force on Anti-Black Racism

It is a landmark document in Concordia University’s history — and a roadmap for the university’s future.

CTV News
Quebec judge grants interim injunction stopping McGill project over Mohawk concerns

A Quebec Superior Court judge has ordered a temporary halt to excavation work on a major McGill University project after an Indigenous group raised concerns about possible unmarked graves.

CBC News
Cape Breton University pitches its own medical school

Rural doctors could train in Sydney, says university president.

CTV News
Concordia apologizes to Black students more than a half-century after protests, arrests, deportations over racism complaint

Concordia University is apologizing for its handling of the 1969 Sir George Williams Protest – also called the Computer Centre Incident – as the Montreal institution released a report on anti-Black racism.

CTV News
Time capsule dug up on UBC campus, painting picture of education 50 years ago

Friday marked a historic day at the University of British Columbia campus as a 50-year-old old time capsule was unsealed.

CBC News
How these Laurier students are navigating mental health after pandemic high school experience

Dog walk event part of mental health awareness conversation for students.

CTV News
Kingston residents leaving the University District due to excessive partying

lizabeth Reed has lived on Collingwood Street in Kingston’s University District for 26 years. But she has sold her house and is set to move Nov. 7, citing the excessive partying that takes place around her home.

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