QC to meet with anglophone university rectors to discuss tuition increase 


Government of Québec Minister François Legault has announced that he will meet with the rectors of QC’s three anglophone universities to “discuss the different solutions” to the anticipated impacts of the tuition hikes. The Canadian Press reports that Concordia University President Graham Carr recently stated that QC’s proposed increased tuition could drive away up to 90% of the out-of-province students who study at the university. This decreased tuition would result in an annual revenue decline of up to $32M in four years, Carr stated, and this coupled with a government-imposed charge on international students could amount to $62M in total revenue lost climbing in four years.  

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