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Headlines for July 17, 2017

By ANQI SHEN | JUL 17 2017

Times Higher Education
Challenge and opportunity in Canada’s international student boom

Funding restraints mean that hype about double-digit rises in applications may not immediately translate into huge increases in enrolment.

Globe and Mail
Ottawa gives millions to shore up Canada 150 project budgets

Even though Canada Day has come and gone, dozens of Ottawa’s key projects – pitched by private companies and funded from federal coffers – are still under way.

Globe and Mail
The rousing lessons of the Avro Arrow

Ottawa hasn’t been a reliable supporter of science and technology. Quantum computing gives a chance to reverse course, writes Philip Stamp, director of UBC’s Pacific Institute of Theoretical Physics.

CBC
Opinion: Renaming Ryerson University is a poor way to deal with Canada’s ugly past

We shouldn’t be eliminating reminders of our fraught history. We should be talking about them, Angela Wright writes.

Toronto Star
How engineers make the Indy cars fast so drivers can race them

Prior testing in laboratories, simulators help race engineers get the cars ready for the Honda Indy.

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