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Headlines for April 6, 2022

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | APR 06 2022

CBC News
Oversight needed to prevent exploitation of international students

The path to an education in Canada for international students from India can be riddled with roadblocks — from education agents resorting to shady tactics to questionable recruiting practices at private colleges.

Times Higher Education
Canada ‘reaping benefit of Brexit’ on student flows

Data on Canadian study permits suggests ‘spike’ in student numbers from some continental nations.

Global News
$1 million in new financial supports coming for Indigenous students at MSVU

Halifax university to match $500,000 donation from two donors.

Global News
McGill threatens to sanction student union over pro-Palestine policy

McGill University is threatening to sanction its student union, including by prohibiting it from using the McGill name, because the association championed a pro-Palestinian policy that the school and Jewish groups say is discriminatory.

Global News
University of Winnipeg investigators assisting the Mars Perseverance rover

University of Winnipeg investigators are analyzing images from NASA’s Mars Perseverance rover.

InfoTel News
Former TRU basketball coach suing for wrongful dismissal

Goran Nogic was fired from Thompson Rivers University last fall after he was accused of bullying, slapping and inappropriately touching a student.

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