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Headlines for Dec. 20, 2018

By ANQI SHEN | DEC 20 2018

Winnipeg Free Press
U of M to overhaul relationship rules, training

The University of Manitoba says it’s updating its rules after a series of sexual harassment investigations against faculty. However, provincial privacy laws may stifle any move toward transparency.

Globe and Mail
Canadian scholar freed after military detention in Mozambique

David Matsinhe, an adjunct professor at Carleton University and a researcher at Amnesty International, was on a research trip with Mozambican investigative journalist Estacio Valoi and a local driver.

CBC
Ryerson pushes forward with law school despite funding setback, tough job prospects in the field

Last month, administrators learned that prospective students will not qualify for the Ontario Student Assistance Program, so they’ll get no help from the province to pay tuition fees.

Globe and Mail
Opinion: Doug Ford’s PCs believe in free speech – and those who don’t like it can shut up

“Mandatory free speech is the kind of nonsensical doublespeak that in another era would be immediately derided,” writes Denise Balkissoon.

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