Don’t punish international students over fake admission letters: advocate
Migrant Students United is urging the federal government not to penalize potentially hundreds of international students, most from India, who are now facing possible deportation over admission letters obtained through an overseas agency that were later found to be inauthentic.
Alberta doctors sound alarm over low number of grads seeking residency in province
Highest number of family medicine spots vacant in a decade after first-round resident match.
New study finds ‘obvious gaps’ in research on Islamophobia in Canadian health-care settings
‘They think you are stupid and you don’t know anything,’ said one patient in previous analysis.
No money in 2023-24 to stave off U of Regina deficit, union disappointed
Advanced Education minister Gordon Wyant said the U of R did not request emergency funding at any time in the lead-up to the budget.