Education

Elementary Students Will Be in Class Full Time as Ontario Unveils Plans to Reopen Schools Come September

On Thursday afternoon, Premier Doug Ford and Education Minister Stephen Lecce announced Ontario’s plans to reopen schools across the province this coming September, six weeks before the start of the new school year. 

Canada Immigration announces changes to help international students begin their studies in the fall

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) announced on Tuesday that they would be making another temporary policy change to help international students wishing to study at Canadian designated learning institutions (DLIs). There has...

As Ontario moves to Stage 3, Pressure Grows for Full-Time School Plans amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Earlier this week, Premier Doug Ford announced that a majority of regions in Ontario would be heading into Stage 3 of the province’s reopening and recovery plan with numerous restrictions being loosened in...

PM Says More Student Jobs Are Coming as Canada Launches Student Service Grant

In his daily address to Canadians on Thursday morning, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that the long-promised Canada Student Services Grant (CSSG) program has officially launched and offered new details on the government’s...

Ontario Reveals New Math Curriculum for Elementary School Students

Ontario students who will be returning to elementary school in September through a mix of online and in-class learning will also see a new math curriculum.  Speaking to Ontarians at...

Plans For School Returning In September Detailed By The Ontario Government

Today at Queen’s Park, the Ontario government released three plans for how schools will operate in September amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Ontario’s publicly funded schools have been closed since March...

McGill University and the History of Sport Development

McGill University is one of the best universities in Canada with nearly two centuries of history. It is called the “Harvard of Canada” due to its great quality of education and contributions...

The Story of The University of Toronto

For the last few decades, Canada has been well-known for its cutting-edge and world-class education system. Canada is home to many prominent universities such as McGill University, University of British Columbia, and Ryerson...

Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Fellow Ministers Being Tested for COVID-19

Doug Ford was supposed to announce the status of Ontario’s post-secondary institutions reopening strategy but was unable to attend as he and Minister of Health Christine Elliott are being tested for COVID-19 after...

English language skill test options amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

International students planning to study at a Canadian designated learning institution (DLI) must meet several admission requirements. Although each DLI has its requirements, most assess applicants’ transcripts, professional backgrounds, motivation letters, academic and...

Premier Ford acknowledges systemic racism in Ontario, launches of advisory council on equality of opportunity

In his daily provincial address today June 4, Premier Doug Ford and his government announced the launch of an “advisory group” whose purpose is to look into the social and economic barriers that...

Ontario invests $150 million on rural broadband, long-term care home investigations begin

In today’s provincial address from Ontario Premier Doug Ford and the Ford government, announcements regarding Ontario’s status during the COVID-19 pandemic were addressed to the media. Here is a breakdown...

University in Canada vs. Vietnam

British poet Rudyard Kipling once wrote: “Oh, East is East, and West is West, and never the twain shall meet.”  There are  differences in history, culture, traditions and social concepts between East...

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada working to protect immigration amid COVID-19 pandemic

Canada is a country built on welcoming immigrants, but with the current health and travel restrictions in place, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has had to implement several new policies to keep...

Verbal confirmation of a valid work permit sufficient for CERB application

The government is making the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) application process easier for temporary foreign residents. According to the National Post, a memo was sent to Employment and Social Development officials allowing...

The benefits of a Canadian education pathway to immigration

Choosing to study in Canada not only allows international students to experience life and build social connections in Canada before becoming a permanent resident, it also helps them to improve their candidacy for...

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