In the article “Khadr to be prosecuted by the U.S. military” (News, November 16), it was erroneously stated that Omar Khadr had been waterboarded at Guantánamo Bay.
In the article “Principal takes time to talk to students” (News, November 19), it was stated that “the University’s policy on faculty absence … requires professors who fall sick with the H1N1 flu virus to find and pay their own replacement….” In fact, this policy only applies to course lecturers, who are responsible for finding and paying replacements in cases of illness.
In the article “Long gun registry under fire” (News, November 30) reference was made to the conviction of a shooter following an incident in Mayerthorpe, Alberta. In fact, while two men were convicted for involvement in the incident, neither was the shooter. The shooter, James Roszko, was a convicted felon, but he committed suicide at the scene and was not convicted.
The Daily regrets the errors.