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Headlines for Jan. 26, 2018

By ANQI SHEN | JAN 26 2018

CBC
STU the odd school out as universities reach funding, tuition deal

Three of the New Brunswick’s four publicly funded universities have signed agreements with the provincial government for a little more money and a tuition cap for students.

Toronto Star
Opinion: Why I defended freedom of speech on campus

From my experience, the best way to ensure that an oppressive idea will thrive is to suppress it, writes former Ryerson University president Sheldon Levy.

CBC
New $17.5M food facility puts fresh spin on Saskatchewan foods

A new Agri-Food Innovation Centre expands the Saskatchewan Food Industry Development Centre’s capacity to develop and process products.

Global News
Franco Vaccarino re-appointed as University of Guelph president

The University of Guelph has re-appointed Franco Vaccarino as president, extending his tenure until June 2024.

Metro
University of Toronto commits to $15 minimum wage

Contractual and temporary employees at the U of T are getting the same treatment as unionized workers, earning a minimum wage of $15 per hour starting this month.

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