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Carleton post-docs gird for possible strike as bargaining resumes

About 40 post-doctoral researchers at Carleton University will be in a legal strike position Monday, with last-ditch efforts to negotiation a first contract set to resume this week. 292 more words

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Pension cheques for dead professor must be repaid, court rules

A court-appointed tutor overseeing the affairs of a missing university professor with Alzheimer’s disease has been ordered to repay almost $500,000 in pension benefits that were paid to him between the time he went missing in 2007 and when his remains were found in 2013. 518 more words

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Martin Baron comes to Carleton

By Samantha Goodman

Journalist Martin Baron has hope for the future of journalism and the changes in the industry. “Why should we fail?” he asked. “We should succeed. 495 more words

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U of W will help light up the CN Tower for National Engineering Month

A group of University of Windsor engineering students are doing things the hard way.

As part of the lead up to National Engineering Month in March, the students are constructing a Rube Goldberg machine to help other universities across Ontario light up the CN Tower. 189 more words

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Newspapers 'irresponsible' in failing to hold the powerful to account, says Pulitzer winner

Newspaper managers who use the excuse that the lack of resources prevents them from investigating powerful institutions or individuals are shirking their responsibly to the community they serve, says a prominent American news executive. 581 more words

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Reevely: Covering LeBreton Flats rail line wouldn't cost much, Senators group says

Covering about a kilometre of light-rail line through LeBreton Flats is a crucial part of the Ottawa Senators’ proposal for the property and can be done for only about $25 million, says one of the group’s top planners. 746 more words

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City to pay $2M for fatal 2008 crash involving driver who had been drinking

The City of Ottawa will have to pay more than $2 million in damages for a 2008 crash in which an OC Transpo bus T-boned an SUV, killing three people. 560 more words

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