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Headlines for Nov. 13, 2017

By ANQI SHEN | NOV 13 2017

Globe and Mail
Fate of Atlantic university football championship game still up in the air

After a day of legal skirmishes that unfolded in courtrooms in both Ontario and Nova Scotia, a decision on whether the Loney Bowl will be played this season remains in limbo.

CBC
Audio: U of T profs alarmed by Jordan Peterson’s plan to target classes he calls ‘indoctrination cults’

Jordan Peterson’s plan to build a website aimed at reducing enrolment in university classes he calls “indoctrination cults” has drawn the ire of his University of Toronto colleagues.

Ottawa Citizen
University of Winnipeg upping security in wake of two stabbings on campus

Changes to security are coming to the University of Winnipeg after two people were stabbed on campus during an attempted robbery.

Ottawa Citizen
Pallister says he understands the fear, but change is necessary

Manitoba MLAs stayed through the night to pass laws including a hotly contended bill permitting universities to hike tuition fees up to 5 percent beyond the inflation rate each year.

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