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Headlines for March 17, 2022


The Pie News
Students urge Canadian gov’t to waive work limits as inflation spirals

Rising costs – including rent, bills, tuition fees and food – have left some international students unable to afford basic necessities.

The Toronto Star
International students: it’s often their survival that’s on the line

Is Canada being fair to its international students and doing all it can to support them?

Study International
Bias and discrimination alleged as reasons behind high Canadian visa rejection rates among Africans

Only 12% of Nigerian students who applied to study in Canada had their visa applications approved.

CTV News
Masks will still be mandatory at Algonquin College, Carleton and uOttawa

Masks will still be mandatory on post-secondary campuses in Ottawa next week, after Ontario lifts mask requirements for elementary and secondary schools.

The Regina Leader Post
Nursing profs claim U of S predicted ‘consequences’ for no confidence vote

Faculty said the vote of no confidence was described as an “attack” on colleagues and that they were warned of “consequences” if they proceeded.

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