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Jobs left vacant, salaries frozen as U of W passes $116-M budget

Posted: 06/24/2013 6:00 PM | Comments: 0

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The University of Winnipeg has chopped $3 million in planned spending and covered a $2 million pension shortfall in balancing a $116-million budget for 2013-2014.

The university's board of regents passed the budget Monday evening.

The major savings came through leaving $3.5 million worth of jobs vacant. Senior management salaries were frozen for the third straight year, and administrators found $400,000 in cuts in their budgets.

The university is budgeting for a five per cent increase in international student enrolment, and also expects to reduce energy costs by $180,000.

Meanwhile, the U of W continues to work at boosting student services.

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