Chief Agnes McCoy Centre Now Open Providing 39 New Affordable Homes For Indigenous Families
Western Canada

Chief Agnes McCoy Centre Now Open Providing 39 New Affordable Homes For Indigenous Families

Reading Time: 2 minutes New affordable homes open for Indigenous peoples in Cranbrook TDS News – New affordable rental homes are now open for Indigenous peoples in Cranbrook British Columbia. This is thanks to a partnership between the Province, Columbia Basin Trust, the Aboriginal Housing Management Association and the Aqanttanam Housing Society. “These new homes will provide much-needed affordable Read More…

Mozambique Positioning Africa's Premier Tourism Destination
Africa

Mozambique Positioning Africa’s Premier Tourism Destination

Reading Time: 3 minutes By re-injecting gas revenues into the economy and facilitating infrastructural development nation-wide, Mozambique can realize its goal of becoming a regional tourism leader The African continent is renowned for its rich diversity of cultures, languages, wildlife and landscapes, in which Mozambique enjoys the privilege of encapsulating these elements in one country. The southeastern nation is Read More…

UK Announces Measures To Boost Study For International Students
United Kingdom

UK Announces Measures To Boost Study For International Students

Reading Time: 3 minutes Prime Minister Johnson announces new measures to help the education sector build back better from the pandemic. New measures aimed at attracting more overseas students, boosting access to global student exchanges for thousands of people, and supporting international education partnerships have been announced today (6 February) by the Government. Following the announcement in December of Read More…

University of Toronto Mississauga Charging Mandatory Fees To Students For Closed Facilities
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Canadian University Continues To Charge Students Fees For Facilities That Are Closed Due To COVID-19

Reading Time: 6 minutes Students are calling mandatory fees unfair especially while income is limited due to COVID-19 Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the majority of facilities at the ‘University ofToronto Mississauga (UTM) have been closed. However, UTM students are still required to pay mandatory fees, called incidental fees, for these closed facilities as well as still having to Read More…