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MEDIA SCAN

Headlines for March 12, 2018

By ANQI SHEN | MAR 12 2018

CBC
Sask. professor receives threats over upcoming talk on ‘whiteness’ at Ontario university

An assistant professor of education at the University of Regina is facing widespread backlash to a talk he is giving Monday titled It’s Okay to be (Against) White(ness).

Maclean’s
York University on strike: Why it keeps happening again and again

The school’s long history of labour unrest dates back (almost) to its founding.

Saskatoon StarPhoenix
U of S to introduce a new campus in Prince Albert

Prospective post-secondary students in northern Saskatchewan will soon have a chance to stay closer to home while completing their studies.

Hamilton Spectator
Opinion: Mac unveils free speech guidelines

The draft guidelines were released in tandem with a committee report spelling out Mac’s “unequivocal commitment to freedom of expression” within legal parameters.

Global News
University of Guelph gets $25M from province to reduce carbon footprint

The funding will go towards upgrading and expanding the university’s heat recovery system, installing energy monitoring meters and a new electric boiler.

Calgary Herald
BC university boosts Indigenous programming and learning

The Coyote Project builds on past indigenization efforts at TRU and also reinforces the university’s current strategic priority to increase intercultural understanding.

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