Canadian universities, instructors re-examine security systems following UWaterloo stabbing


Canadian universities are reviewing their security systems following the recent stabbing at the University of Waterloo Global News and The Globe and Mail reports that the University of British Columbia, University of Alberta, and Western University have each announced that they are evaluating their security protocols to identify additional opportunities to improve campus safety. “An attack like this is a reminder that we need to have both the right security measures in place on campuses, but also the right cultural and social environment to prevent these attacks,” said Universities Canada CEO Philip Landon in an interview with the Canadian Press.

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