St. FX officials say they're pleased with results of report aimed at preventing sexual violence
Officials at a Nova Scotia university that was roiled by sexual assault allegations say they're pleased with the results of a provincial report aimed at preventing sexual violence on campuses.
Margie McKinnon of St. Francis Xavier University says the school is already on track to follow through on recommendations outlined in the report.
McKinnon says the school teaches sexual violence prevention to its students when they arrive in September.
Two varsity football players at the university were charged with sexual assault late last year.