McGill postpones announcement of $50M program to support integration into QC society


McGill University has postponed the announcement of a $50M program that would support its community members in learning the French language. “The larger goal of the program was to help students, faculty and staff integrate more fully into Quebec society, broadening the already extensive impact of our talent and expertise across Quebec,” read a statement from McGill. The program was postponed after the Government of Quebec announced that tuition fees for domestic out-of-province students would double next year. “We are currently examining the potential financial impact that these [changes] might have on the university,” read the release.

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