Students express concern, frustration over uncertainty of Winter in-person classes

Students are expressing concern and frustration at the uncertainty around the shifting plans for the Winter semester due to the evolving COVID-19 situation. In Ontario, some universities are expecting students to return to in-person learning by the end of January, but concerned students are questioning the safety of returning to in-person classes and residences. In British Columbia, concerned Douglas College students launched an online petition requesting that Douglas reconsider its in-person return to class plans. In Quebec, at least five cégeps have pushed back their plans for going back to class in person, with students at other institutions expressing concern about the situation. In Alberta, the NDP has criticized the UCP for not providing postsecondary institutions with the support and resources necessary to manage the pandemic and ensure students can return safely. The Star| Daily Hive (Douglas)| Journal de Montréal| iPolitics Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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