The Montreal Gazette
Plante, feds say there’s little they can do about Quebec tuition hike
… “I said it more than once: It’s not something that I would have done,” said Transport Minister Pablo Rodriguez, member of Parliament for Honoré-Mercier and the federal Liberal party’s Quebec lieutenant, in Montreal on Tuesday.
Editorial: International student influx exposes the selfish greed of universities
Set to take effect on Jan. 1, 2024, new requirements will double the financial threshold for prospective international students from about $10,000 to $20,000.
Editorial: Once unthinkable, discrimination against Jews now a given on campus
Institutional rot at universities has broad implications.
Student democracies face external interference over support for Palestine
Though student unions remain independent of the universities they are a part of, university administrations and external actors insist on dictating how unions are run and what stances the unions take.