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Headlines for Jan. 14, 2020

BY LAURA BEAULNE-STUEBING | JAN 14 2020

Cape Breton Post
Hundreds honour memory of Saint Mary’s students slain in Iran plane crash

More events honouring the passengers and crew killed when a Ukrainian airliner crashed near Tehran, Iran last week have been scheduled in the days ahead as Ottawans and Canadians continue to mourn the lives lost in the tragedy.

Global News
More events honouring Iran plane crash victims planned in Ottawa

Canada’s gender earnings gap starts immediately after postsecondary graduation and widens notably in the first five years in the work force as men out-earn women, a new report finds.

The Globe and Mail
Gender earnings gap starts upon graduation and widens quickly, says report

Canada’s gender earnings gap starts immediately after postsecondary graduation and widens notably in the first five years in the work force as men out-earn women, a new report finds.

Vancouver Courier
SPECIAL REPORT: Huawei technology reaches across Canadian, European research networks

Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei has a foot in the door of Canadian scientific research as well as international nuclear physics research, documents obtained under access to information show.

Ottawa Citizen
Banks challenge Canadian post-secondary students to create cyber solutions

Five of the country’s biggest banks are offering cash prizes to post-secondary students and recent graduates for creating possible solutions to improve the cyber security responses of financial institutions.

The Toronto Star
Canadian universities lead the OECD in delivering a skilled workforce

At the start of a new year, many of us look to the future, review the past and consider the state of the nation. As a dean of engineering, I have the privilege of working with students, seeing them grow into their profession, and define their vision for the future of this great country.

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