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Headlines for May 8, 2017

BY ANQI SHEN | MAY 08 2017

Winnipeg Free Press
Tories embarrassed by U of M: official

University of Manitoba associate vice-president of human resources Gregory Juliano testified at a Manitoba Labour Board hearing Friday.

Ottawa Citizen
Bergeron: We’re tossing our young scientists overboard through lack of funding

The results of the CIHR’s grant assessment were devastation for most Canada’s premier young, talented discovery scientists who applied, writes John Bergeron, professor emeritus at McGill University.

Going in circles: a mental health crisis on campus

Blake Horsley shares a deeply personal story of what it’s like to live with the mental illness.

Saskatoon StarPhoenix
U of S opens water research facility to study climate change

The University of Saskatchewan is opening a research facility near the Rocky Mountains to study the effects of climate change on Canada’s waters.

Global News
Mount Allison University researchers establish Lyme Research Network

Researchers at Mount Allison Universty are uniting their expertise to provide a comprehensive approach to Lyme disease research.

Waterloo unveils largest supercomputer of any Canadian university

It’s bigger than any other supercomputer at any other Canadian university, and its name is Graham.

Regina Leader-Post
Budget results in tuition hike, cuts for all but two faculties at U of R

Tuition is increasing and there will be layoffs, as all but two faculties will see budget cuts at the University of Regina next year.

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