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MEDIA SCAN

Headlines for April 17, 2019

By SEYRAM KUDOLO | APR 17 2019

Ottawa Citizen
Concordia University Foundation and Global Investment Firm Inerjys Ventures Sign $1.2M Next-Gen Partnership to Strengthen Cleantech Sector

The Concordia University Foundation and Inerjys Ventures are working in tandem to invest in clean technologies.

The Star Calgary
University of Alberta research centre to track climate change’s affecting Canada’s mountains

The University of Alberta announced Tuesday that the Canadian Mountain Network will receive $18.3 million in federal funding over the next five years to research the sustainability of mountain environments and communities across the country.

CBC
Tuition is going up again at UPEI

Tuition will be going up two percent for undergraduate programs at the University of Prince Edward Island — about $12 per course — and for graduate studies by two percent per program, with amounts varying.

Kingston Whig Standard
Apology ‘only the beginning of the work’

Queen’s University officials publicly apologized on Tuesday for a policy that for 100 years barred black students from studying at the Queen’s school of medicine.

The Province
Premier praises rapid growth of tuition program for former youth in care

In B.C., there has been a 326 percent increase in the number of youth formerly in care getting tuition fee waivers.

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