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Headlines for April 25, 2022


CTV News
Federal government will let international graduates stay in Canada another 18 months

International students who’ve graduated from Canadian post-secondary schools will be able to stay in Canada longer now that the federal government has offered a temporary program to help them qualify for permanent residency.

The Toronto Star
The need for Indigenous education of international students in Canada

Canadian universities have a vital role to play in educating international students about the often tragic Indigenous experience of colonialism.

The Vancouver Sun
UBC anti-racism task force issues 54 recommendations

Addressing racism against within the UBC community is “critical for the future of the institution,” said UBC president Santa Ono.

The Saskatoon Star Phoenix
Report lays out multi-year plan for maximum tuition hikes at U of S

Graduate students’ association calls the plan for increasing the costs of tuitions “unsustainable.”

CBC News
International students clash with students’ union over U of A campus security policy

International student representatives want to ensure law enforcement presence.

CTV News
University of Windsor extends on-campus mask policy

The University of Windsor says as Windsor-Essex and the province is currently in the sixth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, it will be extending its mandatory mask policy for the month of May.

The Windsor Star
UWindsor and Wayne State partner to develop sustainable education

The University of Windsor and Wayne State University in Detroit will team up with the United Nations for a cross-border sustainable development initiative.

The Record
University of Waterloo quietly removes plaque, portrait of anti-Semite

American scholar calls on UW to publicly explain why it was wrong to name a building after ‘lifelong eugenicist, anti-Semite, and racist.’

The London Free Press
Western University class will share Indigenous wisdom to ‘heal’ campus land

Western students soon will be getting their hands dirty under a unique five-year land-use agreement that will see them learn how to heal the land using Indigenous wisdom.

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