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I'm doing Parkdale in the winter semester next year. Anyone know if it will still exist?

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The rumblings are that even after today's announcement, it should still be around next winter. Where and in what form? I have no idea. 

Hopefully Osgoode will pitch in more than they've offered so far. Sign the student petition / alumni, if you haven't already. 

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