Can Sudbury Survive Laurentian's Fallout?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Some estimates show that up to $100 million dollars will be lost to Sudbury as a result of the program, faculty, and staffing cuts at Laurentian University? Northeastern Ontario Hub journalist Nick Dunne gives us an idea of how the community is dealing with the new reality. And what does it all mean for the university's tricultural reputation?
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Apr 23, 2021
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