Cheap tuition, with a catch: Quebec lures foreign students to rural areas with price cut
The urgent need for labour in all regions of Quebec is prompting the province to turn more to foreign students in order to fill the thousands of vacant positions.
Laurentian looks to extend creditor protection to Sept. 30
President Robert Haché says this latest request for an extension of the stay of proceedings under the CCAA ‘not a delay,’ and ‘there was never an expectation that the process would end on May 31.’
Manitoba government appeals order to compensate U of M union members $19.3M
UMFA disheartened government has chosen to ‘prolong the era of government interference.’
Local post-secondary students accused of using fake documents to obtain course credits
Three post-secondary students are facing charges after fraudulent documents were allegedly used to obtain course credits.
Western University unveils plan to tackle gender-based and sexual violence on campus
The results of two reports looking into multiple reports of sexual assault at the start of the 2021-2022 school year at Western University will see staff implement more mandatory programming and increase staffing in student dorms.