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Headlines for April 18, 2019

By SEYRAM KUDOLO | APR 18 2019

Vancouver Sun
Changing the future of cancer drug design: A foundational relationship

Transformational philanthropy and the federal government are teaming up to accelerate cancer research by bringing world-renowned researcher, Dr. Sriram Subramaniam, to British Columbia.

Montreal Gazette
Concordia student union’s housing project ‘thinks outside the box’

Five years in the planning, the $18-million project on Papineau Ave., slated for completion in the summer of 2020, will house 144 students in apartments ranging from studios to 6½s.

CTV News
Concordia students and staff demonstrate against Bill 21

Similar to other groups that have demonstrated, Concordia students and staff feel that Quebec is losing the opportunity to reap the positive effects of allowing religious expression.

Cape Breton Post
Survey identifies bright spots, challenges in keeping international students in Cape Breton

A study conducted by The Cape Breton Island Centre for Immigration examining international retention following students’ graduation from Cape Breton University shows both encouraging signs and areas requiring improvement.

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