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News / Resolution in the Tony Hall case

News / Resolution in the Tony Hall case

ALEC COUROS / FLICKR

The case of suspended University of Lethbridge professor Tony Hall has ended with a settlement and reinstatement. Hall was suspended without pay in late 2016 following an investigation by the university into his online activity. His pay was later reinstated.

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