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Headlines for July 20, 2018

By ANQI SHEN | JUL 20 2018

Globe and Mail
Royal Military College had no suicide-prevention plan when three cadets took their own lives in 2016, inquiry finds

Investigators say officers of Canada’s oldest military college had little understanding of suicide risks, or even how many students were attempting to kill themselves, in 2016 when three young officer cadets took their own lives.

Globe and Mail
Executive education reimagined to keep up with the times

HEC Montréal and Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia plan to market their training, offered in English and French, to national companies with senior employees across the country.

Hamilton Spectator
Opinion: Forget genius, what we need to do is build stronger universities

Our obsession with Jordan Peterson reveals a larger problem that threatens intellectual culture, Jennifer Garrison writes.

CBC
University of Winnipeg seeking Indigenous artist to create podium

The university has $15,000 from an anonymous donor for a piece that reflects the location of the university on Treaty 1 territory and on the homeland of the Métis.

CBC
UBC researchers explore use of nanotechnology to predict risk of opioid addiction

More than 1,420 people died of illicit-drug overdoses in B.C. last year, driving home the urgency for new ways to combat the epidemic.

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