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MEDIA SCAN

Headlines for Aug. 20, 2018

By ANQI SHEN | AUG 20 2018

National Post
Hospitals to see ‘delays’ in care after losing Saudi students, health group says

The loss of Saudi Arabian resident physicians in Canada’s hospitals will likely cause delays, but ultimately won’t impact the quality of care, says a health care group that represents the majority of university hospitals.

Lawyer’s Daily
Lawyers foresee bumpy road ahead if TWU renews its bid for law school accreditation

The evangelical Christian private university announced that starting in the 2018-2019 school year student adherence to its religious-based code of ethics will be optional (but not for professors or other staff).

CBC
36 Saudi Arabian students forced to leave University of New Brunswick

St. Thomas University in Fredericton, the University of Moncton, Mount Allison University in Sackville said they don’t have any students from Saudi Arabia.

Times Higher Education
Brazilian researchers and students fear impact of ‘brutal’ cuts

Ministers reassure after funding agencies’ warnings of ‘serious impact’ for Brazilian research from cuts, but others see false promises ahead of election.

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