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Headlines for Oct. 21, 2021

BY TARA SIEBARTH | OCT 21 2021

Timmins Press
Université de Sudbury names Obonsawin chancellor

Donald Obonsawin has been appointed as chancellor of the Université de Sudbury, the university announced Wednesday.

CBC News
Vaccines now mandatory at Holland College and UPEI

‘If you’re not vaccinated fully you can’t be on our campus’.

Revelstroke Review
Diversity still lacking at UBC Okanagan, say some racialized students

UBCO said it is working to diversify and decolonize the campus.

Prince George Citizen
Timberwolves become first university team in Canada to unveil Indigenous designed jerseys

Logo designed by Gitxsan artist and former UNBC student Trevor Angus.

Toronto Star
University of Toronto vice-president accuses former U of T provost of sexual harassment, sexual relationships with students

The vice-president of University of Toronto has added her voice to a slew of female academics who allege a former U of T provost engaged in sexual relationships with his students and sexually harassed them for years before, during and after his tenure in Toronto.

Global News
Mount Saint Vincent University apologizes for ties to residential school system

Increased funding for Indigenous students and more Indigenous course content are two of the commitments Nova Scotia’s Mount Saint Vincent University made Wednesday as a part of its apology for ties to the Canadian residential school system.

CTV News
Court documents detail standoff between Laurentian, auditor general, over insolvency audit

A dispute between Laurentian University and the Auditor General’s office boiled over last summer, with AG staff refusing to leave the university until they gained access to all the documents they were seeking.

Global News
Mohawk Mothers demand investigation into potential unmarked graves at McGill University

Mohawk Mothers suspect there may be unmarked graves on McGill University’s campus.

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