Some ON institutions relieved, MB institutions frustrated with allocation of study permit applications adf

The study permit allocations are continuing to see a very mixed reaction from postsecondary education. In Northern Ontario, Cambrian College, Collège Boréal, and Laurentian University told that they felt their allocations were fair, though Cambrian anticipated that the ending of its partnership with a private college in the GTA will result in a significant financial loss. Meanwhile, in Manitoba, two private Christian institutions told the Winnipeg Free Press that they are struggling with their allocations, which will drastically reduce incoming international students. Representatives from Providence University College and Booth University College expressed concern and disappointment about the reduction and the impact it will have on their programming. The Winnipeg Free Press notes that Canadian Mennonite University and Steinbach Bible College do not anticipate the decrease in allocations to impact them significantly, due to the small size of their international cohorts. | Winnipeg Free Press | Niverville Citizen