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Headlines for Jan. 24, 2019

By ANQI SHEN | JAN 24 2019

StarMetro Halifax
Ontario’s postsecondary reforms raise alarms for Nova Scotia students

Student organizers in Nova Scotia are raising concerns about how Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s recent shakeup to postsecondary funding could be felt on the east coast.

Times Higher Education
Canada fears China crisis will curtail student recruitment boom

The diplomatic row echoes Chinese disputes with the U.S. and Australia.

CBC
UNB profs object to way new president is being hired

Some professors at the University of New Brunswick don’t like the way the institution has gone about finding a replacement for retiring president Eddy Campbell.

Chronicle Herald
Program for African Nova Scotian students opens up more spaces

More African Nova Scotians will be able to access science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs as new Imhotep’s Legacy Academy spaces open at Dalhousie University.

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