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Headlines for May 30, 2019

BY NATALIE SAMSON | MAY 30 2019

Globe and Mail
Canadian universities find new models to boost funding for women’s sports

U Sports promotes gender equity through policy, but does not set limits on how universities allocate funding.

Global News
Saskatchewan funding mental health training at postsecondary schools

The provincial government is providing $75,000 to eligible institutions to help strengthen their ability to provide mental health supports and services to its students and staff.

Revelstoke Review
‘No act of reconciliation is too small,’ says B.C. advanced education minister

Support programs for Indigenous students aim to make the transition to postsecondary easier.

The Province
Opinion: Grads shouldn’t let speeches go to their heads

“Yes, being an undergrad is tough and a lot of work, but the graduation speeches that tell us that ‘we’re the best of the best’ are a huge lie that can distort our egos and make us arrogantly overestimate our powers,” Diamond Yao writes.

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