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Headlines for Jan. 10. 2018

By ANQI SHEN | JAN 10 2018

Globe and Mail
Concordia says allegations of sexual harassment ‘serious’

The president of Concordia University says that recent allegations about sexual harassment in the university’s creative-writing department “are serious, and will be treated seriously.”

Toronto Star
Concordia University head ‘disturbed’ by sexual misconduct allegations

Alan Shepard’s statement was prompted by an online essay by writer and Concordia graduate Mike Spry which alleged there was a “toxic” culture at the school he began attending in 2004.

Saskatoon StarPhoenix
‘Positive’ mood on campus despite budget difficulties: Stoicheff

University of Saskatchewan President Peter Stoicheff reflects on a year of fiscal challenges and looks ahead to what’s happening this year.

Globe and Mail
Parents allege private school guaranteed university admissions

A court action launched by families seeks to recover more than $20,000 each in tuition.

National Post
Opinion: Guess who’s got more credibility—professors, think tanks or…the CBC

Studies by think-tanks get a lot of press, but not so much credence among policy analysts, Stephen Gordon writes.

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