Photo of a student writing in a notebook in a park. In Quebec, students from developing countries face a lot of challenges.

Is Quebec Pushing Away Its International Students?

Is Quebec a less welcoming place for international students? In the second part of this two-part series, Christopher Chanco examines the situation for those caught between a pandemic and changes to provincial immigration policies.

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Photo of the Université de Montréal logo. Students from developing countries face a lot of challenges in Quebec.

In Quebec, Pandemic Hits Students From Developing Countries Harder Than Most

In Quebec, the pandemic has reinforced systemic inequities faced by international students from the developing world. In the first part of this two-part series, Christopher Chanco explores the experiences of one student from Central Africa.

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How COVID-19 Makes Higher Learning More Stressful for Quebec’s International Students

As the pandemic continues, international students are facing financial and mental health stress while also dealing with the many concerns of COVID-19.

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No Canadians to Replace Temporary Farm Workers

Farmers in Ontario and Quebec have extended work hours, reduced production and turned to searching for local workers to make up for the loss of foreign agricultural workers as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. There are not many local takers, though.

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