BY HANNAH LIDDLE | SEPTEMBER 02, 2022
How UPEI plans to help students with rising costs
The University of Prince Edward Island is preparing to help its students deal with inflation in the upcoming school year.
Alberta extends deadline for Athabasca U on deal to move staff to town
Alberta’s Minister of Higher Education has extended the deadline for a distance-learning university to move more staff to the small town where it is headquartered.
‘It’s just insane’: Lack of housing stresses Halifax students
University students who move to Halifax get a tough lesson about their new city.
Being the first member of your family to go to college can be tough. This UBC club wants to help
UBC First Generation Students Union provides practical advice and emotional support.
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‘An incredibly big issue’: Visas delay academic year at risk for thousands of international students
Delays in issuing visas by Canada’s immigration department mean that thousands of international students accepted by colleges and universities here do not know if they will be allowed to enter this country or when they will be allowed to enter this country – a few days before the start of the fall term.