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McGill graduate student wins legal case against CFS

Quebec Superior Court Justice Gérard Dugré ruled in favour of Ge Sa, a McGill Ph.D. student, last Tuesday on his case against the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS), an organization that campaigns on the federal level for student rights.

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McGill graduate student wins legal case against CFS

Quebec Superior Court Justice Gérard Dugré ruled in favour of Ge Sa, a McGill Ph.D. student, last Tuesday on his case against the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS), an organization that campaigns on the federal level for student rights.

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Split identities

Despite differences in healthcare, politics, and even serving sizes, Canada and the United States have a lot in common. They share a continent, many aspects of culture, and—thanks to strong flows of product and people—citizens. As a Canadian university that attracts a large influx of  American students every year, McGill has a substantial population of

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The Redmen attack puts on a clinic against the overmatched Gaels (Jack Neal / McGill Tribune)

Redmen thrash Gaels in dominant performance

Though they may have been disappointed by the weather for their home opener, the McGill Redmen (3-0) lacrosse team left Molson Stadium satisfied following a decisive 13-7 victory over the Queen’s Golden Gaels (1-1) Saturday afternoon.

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