Ontario government, feds sign funding deal for French-language university in Toronto

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Trudeau to attend University of Alberta memorial for staff, students lost on Flight PS752

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Premier Jason Kenney and other dignitaries will attend a public memorial service at the University of Alberta this afternoon to remember victims

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Four Western University students killed in plane crash near Tehran – London

Western University has confirmed that four of its students are among the victims of a plane crash in Tehran. The university is not releasing

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More rowers come forward with complaints about University of Victoria coach, criticism of school

Sarah Craven had her sights set on the Olympics. The 21-year-old was the top lightweight in the University of Victoria rowing program at the

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Emily Carr University campus closed until Wednesday after suspected arson

The Vancouver campus of Emily Carr University of Art and Design won’t reopen until Wednesday following what police believe was a deliberately set fire. The blaze was spotted

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University of Alberta vice-president resigns following controversial billboard – Edmonton

The vice-president of university relations at the University of Alberta has stepped down from her position amidst backlash over a billboard promoting potential benefits

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University of Alberta vice-president resigns over ‘beefier barley’ billboards

The University of Alberta’s vice-president of university relations has resigned over the school’s “beefier barley” billboards, which were slammed as promoting climate change. “The messaging on

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Luke Richardson leaves Kitchener Rangers to attend Queen’s University – Kitchener

Kitchener Rangers goaltender Luke Richardson is leaving the team to head to university. The team announced Sunday that the overaged netminder would pursue academics

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Students head back to college and university amid OSAP cuts

TORONTO – Ontario college and university students are heading back to school with lower tuition fees, but accompanying cuts to government assistance mean many

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University of Alberta researchers making strides toward Hepatitis C vaccine

About 250,000 individuals in Canada have lived with or are currently infected with hepatitis C. Many more who live with the virus don’t even know

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