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Headlines for Oct. 17, 2017

By ANQI SHEN | OCT 17 2017

CBC
Police dole out hundreds of tickets during Queen’s homecoming weekend

Homecoming at Queen’s University was marked by a heavier police presence this weekend in Kingston, resulting in double the number of tickets and charges.

CBC
SFU pledges to move forward on reconciliation recommendations

Simon Fraser University will spend $9 million over the next four years to help implement recommendations from the University’s Aboriginal Reconciliation Council.

Toronto Star
Ontario colleges preparing for a long strike

Around 12,000 instructors, represented by the Ontario Public Service Employees Union, are off the job, cancelling classes for hundreds of thousands.

Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa academic Hassan Diab still in legal limbo in Paris prison

As he approaches his fourth year in a maximum-security Paris prison, the former Ottawa professor remains in legal limbo more than two months after a judge closed his investigation into the case.

Chronicle Herald
Program aims to retain Nova Scotia graduates seeking employment

Every year, more than 1,000 students and recent graduates leave the East Coast to find work or school in other parts of Canada. The Clean Leadership Program wants to retain them.

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