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Headlines for Aug. 9, 2017

By ANQI SHEN | AUG 09 2017

McGill study finds small group of owners account for majority of Airbnb revenues

New research suggests a small number of large commercial property owners are eating up the local supply of housing in Canada’s three largest cities.

Globe and Mail
Five things undergrads can do now to prepare to enter the job market

Canadian universities will graduate more than 300,000 students into an environment in which companies are not hiring the way they used to.

Edmonton researchers create AI robot to predict Alberta wildfires

‘We can look ahead for the next where and when,’ says lead researcher Mike Flannigan.

Robot guide: Halifax start-up aims to make visa process easier for international students

A team of Dalhousie students has developed a chat bot to assist students applying for visas — and universities helping to bring them here.

Globe and Mail
B.C. axes tuition fees for adult education, English language courses

Premier John Horgan says the move will allow thousands of people to gain the skills they need in order to participate in B.C.’s economy.

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