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Headlines for July 16, 2018

By ANQI SHEN | JUL 16 2018

The Province
UBC responds to Steven Galloway’s first-person account of the sexual allegations that derailed his career

As Steven Galloway broke his silence on Friday about the allegations that devastated his career, UBC stood behind its decision to fire the author, saying his termination was “fully justified.”

StarMetro Vancouver
UVic’s Indigenous co-op program empowers community members to give back

The program has been providing dedicated support to Indigenous students for five years, matching them with culturally relevant jobs if students request it.

Toronto Star
Opinion: Our politicians need to understand why science matters

The dismissal of Ontario’s chief scientist and elimination of the Ministry of Research, Innovation and Science sends unfortunate signals that science doesn’t matter, write Reinhart Reithmeier and Peter Love.

CBC
B.C. economy would take hit if province lost international students, report says

“There’s quite a reliance on international students but at the same time there’s no regulation on international tuition fees. So that makes it a bit of a precarious situation,” said Laura Celeste, the report’s author.

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