January 20, 2004  
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Gov’t admits OSAP ‘isn’t working’

In a long-awaited announcement from the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, the provincial government has committed to reforming the Ontario Student Assistance Program, reported ministry spokesperson Dave Ross.

Men are evil, jerks, asses: women

A study conducted by Ispos-Reid Canada late last year determined that the majority of young women felt that men could not be trusted when it came to birth control.

McGill student gets turnitin.com overturned

A McGill University student protesting turnitin.com, an online plagiarism-detecting service, will not be required to submit his essay after the university allowed the paper to be marked despite his professor’s original criteria.

Flipping off the cops means myriad of charges

Drinking, fun. Driving, fun enough. Any combination of the two, not so fun.

Nfld gov’t tackles $220 million student debt

The Newfoundland government has taken on the province’s student debt from the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, causing some to wonder whether the added expense will put a strain on the province’s finances.

‘Control freak’ Liberals consider harsh rules due to Sheila Copps

The federal Liberal Party will soon be enforcing new game rules for future Liberal candidates, which seem to stop just short of requiring the name of the candidates’ hair stylists.

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