Laurentian University’s attempts to cut ties with three federated schools, as part of efforts to qualify for a $10-million loan to help it continue with restructuring for survival, was met with heated opposition in Ontario Superior Court on ThursdayThe rate of active cases is 178.95 per 100,000 people. Ove.
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Miller also toldcan host up to four people per table. People should be fro?Justice Geoffrey Morawetz?that Laurentian severing its relationship with the three other universitiesfear-mongering.?is a requirement of getting approved for?the loan from?Firm Capital Mortgage Fund Inc.??
Laurentian?“cannot put forward a viable plan if it does not have the ability to stop the flow of money from Laurentian to the federated universities,” she said.