CBC News. June 14, 2023. By Kerry Cambell and Carolyn Ryan
"The authors of a third-party review looking into allegations of workplace misconduct at the University of Prince Edward Island has concluded the university "has failed to create a safe, respectful, and positive environment for working and learning for all members of its community.
"In its report, released in a redacted form Wednesday, the firm of Rubin Thomlinson described "dire" problems on campus that it said "should raise alarm bells and spark urgent action.
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"Insofar as the public report speaks to the allegations against Abd-El Aziz, the authors said that because of the university's use of non-disclosure agreements with complainants who came forward, "we are unable to answer a key question that arises as part of our mandate: Did the former president engage in repeated sexual misconduct?"