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Headlines for April 26, 2018

By ANQI SHEN | APR 26 2018

CBC
Notley not a ‘big fan’ of Suzuki honorary degree but supports university’s right to decide

Premier Rachel Notley is not “a big fan” of the University of Alberta’s decision to award an honorary degree to David Suzuki, but says she supports the school’s right to do so.

CBC
‘There is more work to be done’: Lakehead University leadership pledges change after racism allegations

The pledge comes a day after Indigenous leaders from across northern Ontario publicly backed Angelique EagleWoman, the outgoing dean of the Bora Laskin Faculty of Law.

CBC
Kwantlen’s international students brace for higher tuition fees

International student tuition is increasing by 15 percent over two years while domestic tuition increases are capped at two percent.

Windsor Star
University’s multimillion-dollar retrofit to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

The University of Windsor’s environmental footprint will shrink after a $4.5-million campus retrofit grant aimed at reducing greenhouse gas.

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