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Headlines for Oct. 10, 2017

By ANQI SHEN | OCT 10 2017

Edmonton Journal
MacEwan University’s first Indigenous female president Deborah Saucier ready for real change

Dr. Saucier plans on sitting down with every unit and every department over the next six months to better understand the education ecosystem.

Ottawa Citizen
Carleton’s Sprott School of Business to get new $48-million home

Construction is expected to begin in 2018, with the building opening in 2020.

Chronicle Herald
Opinion: Halifax’s clusters of cleverness, creativity

You might not know it yet, but one of North America’s most vibrant innovation districts is emerging in Halifax.

Manitoba researcher mystified by murder of snakes he was studying

A Manitoba researcher is shocked that someone has slain more than 50 garter snakes at the site of his study.

Global News
International students in New Brunswick to receive Medicare coverage

The province’s post-secondary education minister, Roger Melanson, says the move will help New Brunswick recruit more international students.

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