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Headlines for Jan. 11, 2017

By ANQI SHEN | January 11, 2017

Globe and Mail
Toronto’s OCAD University may boast another city landmark

Pritzker Prize-winner Thom Mayne will be involved in the expansion, which could redefine the university’s relationship with Toronto.

Globe and Mail
My $125,000 MBA investment: Was it worth it?

Now that it’s over, it’s time to reflect – 16 months, a gruelling workload and lots of cool experiences, writes Aubrey Chapnick, MBA graduate.

Policy Options
Opinion: Digital transformation of the Canadian economy

Canada needs new programs to support innovation in the high technology and digital sectors of the economy, writes David Wolfe.

Policy Options
Opinion: Trinity Western University and the erosion of religious freedom

A Supreme Court decision against the Trinity law school would dilute the freedom of religion and association in Canada and could imperil the Christian university, writes Brian Bird.

Metro
One Toronto woman’s plan to bring more diversity to academia

Huda Hassan wants to see more black women in the ivory tower.

Global News
Cabinet shuffle: Who are the new faces in the federal cabinet?

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau undertook his first major cabinet shuffle on Tuesday, vaulting three young MPs into key positions and moving several top Liberals out in the process.

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