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MEDIA SCAN

Headlines for Oct. 24, 2017

By ANQI SHEN | OCT 24 2017

Toronto Star
Dalhousie University accused of censorship after student investigated for ‘white fragility’ Facebook comment

A student politician, Masuma Khan, is facing an official complaint after she responded online to people criticizing her call for students to abstain from Canada 150 celebrations.

Globe and Mail
Major research collaboration finds new genetic markers for breast-cancer risk

An international project involving Canadian scientists has identified scores of new genetic markers associated with the risk of breast cancer.

Globe and Mail
Opinion: The problem of youth unemployment: Predicting the changing future of work

A key question, then, is how to support Canada’s young people?

Global News
University of Guelph, faculty reach tentative agreement

The two sides have been negotiating since July and came to an agreement with the help of a mediator over the weekend.

The Province
Opinion: New learning partnership a path to reconciliation

“In September, Vancouver Island University and Yukon College announced a new partnership with Rideau Hall Foundation and the Mastercard Foundation that will break trail for this vision of reconciliation,” write Scott Haldane and Reeta Roy.

Global News
York University’s Glendon Campus given all-clear after graffiti bomb threat

Campus security and Toronto Police responded to a bomb threat scrawled in graffiti in a bathroom at the college’s Centre of Excellence building, Glendon College said in a tweet.

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