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Headlines for March 7, 2018

BY ANQI SHEN | MAR 07 2018

‘We need to talk about what happened’: UW to release report on student mental health

On Monday, police confirmed a 22-year-old fourth-year student died by suicide.

Students, profs want UPEI included in Freedom of Information Act

The legislation is under review. Currently, the university and municipalities are not regulated by the act.

Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Indigenous student leaders propose new students’ union at U of S

The Indigenous Students’ Council, which represents around 2,500 students, last week took aim at the university’s “stale” efforts toward reconciliation and urged its members to stop participating in them.

Cape Breton Post
Rick Mehta addresses Acadia’s investigation into personal, sexual harassment claims

The professor of psychology has recently garnered both supporters and detractors for lectures and comments he’s made on social media on current political issues and topics.

Cape Breton Post
Landmark research funding benefits Newfoundland and Labrador, ministers say

Two MPs and Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Navdeep Bains took questions about Budget 2018 following an event at C-CORE at Memorial University’s St. John’s campus on Tuesday.

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