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Headlines for Feb. 21, 2018

By ANQI SHEN | FEB 21 2018

Toronto Star
Atlantic provinces to adopt Nova Scotia plan that entices foreign students to stay after graduation

A program that helps international students to stay and work in Nova Scotia will be adopted by the three other Atlantic provinces as they try to grow their population.

Hamilton Spectator
Burlington MP announces changes to help increase recipients of federal education grants

The spouse or common-law partner of a primary caregiver can now request available education grant funding for eligible children, in a bid to increase the number of grant recipients.

Langley Advance
UBCO students to get medical cannabis coverage

UBC Okanagan is getting a benefits plan that will cover the cost of medical cannabis for students.
Editorial: WLU should study the Charter

“Laurier’s task force should bring clarity to how free speech coexists with other rights. At the same time, this task force should not feel inclined to attempt the equivalent of … redefining basic rights.”

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