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Headlines for June 18, 2018

By ANQI SHEN | JUN 18 2018

CBC
York students not optimistic strike will end soon despite union accepting university’s offer

Some striking contract workers will return to work on Monday, but other teaching and graduate assistants will remain on the picket line, according to CUPE 3903 Unit 2.

Globe and Mail
Law societies can deny accreditation to Trinity Western University’s law school graduates: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has upheld the right of provincial law societies to reject the graduates of a proposed Christian law school over its requirement that students abstain from sex outside of heterosexual marriage.

Globe and Mail
University of Toronto accelerator affiliate shoots for the starry-eyed entrepreneurs

The Creative Destruction Lab, an accelerator affiliated with the University of Toronto, is now calling for applications specifically from entrepreneurs with space-focused startup ideas.

CBC
‘Not one community over another’: Minister responds to Aurora College concerns in Inuvik

The N.W.T.’s minister of education, culture and employment was in Inuvik Wednesday, attempting to reassure residents that their Aurora College campus will not be forgotten in the wake of a review.

University World News
Opinion: IP policy reform needs to start at universities

Across the country, universities have no common or baseline intellectual-property policy, writes Gordon Harling for The Globe and Mail.

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