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Headlines for June 10, 2019

BY TARA SIEBARTH | JUN 10 2019

CBC News
Avoid ‘seductive style,’ UQO profs told in ‘condescending’ video

Video was meant to provide ‘inspiration,’ but people are ‘free to wear what they want’: university.

Edmonton Journal
The Education Act: what’s in that legislation?

Here are all the major changes proposed in Bill 8, the Education Amendment Act. The government says its plan will “modernize” education in Alberta.

Saskatoon StarPhoenix
‘On the precipice of a really big adventure;’ U of S becomes the first Canadian facility to have a PET-CT scan for animal use

PET-CT units allow clinicians and researchers to detect cancers and other disorders more accurately than other imaging scans.

CBC News
Foreign students say they ‘have no choice’ but to work more than their permits allow

Students speak out after Jobandeep Singh Sandhu was told he would be deported.

Global News
Université de Moncton to run deficit, increase tuition in coming year

The interim president of the Université de Moncton says tuition will increase this fall to deal with a projected deficit of more than $1 million.

Prince George Citizen
Professors accept early-retirement offers

University of Northern British Columbia’s bid to reduce senior faculty has produced results.

North Delta Reporter
Trinity Western University cancels appearance by anti-SOGI activist

It ‘was not an official TWU sponsored event’ university said.

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