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Headlines for May 11, 2017

BY ANQI SHEN | MAY 11 2017

International students biggest users of MUN’s campus food bank

More than half of Memorial University’s food bank users are international graduate students.

Concordia president calls on Canada to open doors and take advantage of Trump effect

Ottawa needs to take full advantage by making immigration easier, Alan Shepard said Wednesday.

Edmonton Journal
Education minister announces $16.4 million in dual-credit funding

Alberta Education Minister David Eggen announced a new funding model to support dual credit in Alberta at the 2017 Skills Canada Competition.

U of Windsor staff learn how to respond to sexual violence

Staff members are often the first to be approached by assault survivors.

Financial Post
CIBC launches data lab in Waterloo to harness fintech talent

The move aims to tap the local technology talent pool and develop innovations to give CIBC a foothold in the digital economy.

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