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Headlines for Oct. 12, 2017

BY ANQI SHEN | OCT 12 2017

Global News
University of Guelph-Humber launches Learning Lab to include technology in studies

This semester, the University of Guelph-Humber is offering a unique opportunity for students to learn differently in the Early Childhood Studies program.

No Manitoba projects on federal shortlist for $950M ‘supercluster’ funding

Manitoba won’t get a piece of nearly $1 billion in federal funding promised to five to-be-determined “superclusters” across the country.

Globe and Mail
Indigenous anthology stands by decision to include poet despite controversy

The University of Regina Press says it will not remove the work of a poet despite a request from other authors in the collection to do so because of the poet’s violent past.

Toronto Star
University of Calgary accused of conflict of interest over Enbridge research centre

The Canadian Association of University Teachers says president Elizabeth Cannon was in a conflict of interest over a 2011 plan for a Enbridge-funded research centre at the university.

Vancouver Sun
Most international students leaving Canada after graduation

Many are returning home in frustration due to confusion about immigration programs and a lack of coordination between provincial and federal governments, experts say.

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