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Laurentian University is in the money again.

Laurentian University is in the money again.The Sudbury institution is receiving $27.3 million to support its $60-million Research, Innovation and Engineering Centre (RIE Centre), and an expansion to its Science and Engineering building, adding ... more >>

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