StudentsNS released the “No More Farewells” report Monday which contained more than a dozen recommendations to reinvest the $35 million a year it says will be saved by the elimination of the Graduate Retention Rebate.
Students Nova Scotia says the McNeil Government isn’t doing enough to get more young people to stay in the Province. Kelly Regan is Minister of Labour and Advanced Education.
Anyone with a family in Nova Scotia is probably well aware that high unemployment is pushing young people to seek opportunities elsewhere.
The issue isn’t just a lack of jobs in this province. It is also the lack of quality employment paying a decent salary.
A student group in Nova Scotia is suggesting the Liberal government use the savings from a cancelled graduate retention tax rebate to keep more young professionals in the province.
CBC Halifax Information Morning Interview with Executive Director Jonathan Williams
The Dalhousie Student Union (DSU) will facilitate its own democratic governance review rather than participate in advocacy group Students Nova Scotia’s (SNS) independent review of the provinces’ student unions.
Students in Nova Scotia may soon have to dig deeper to pay for a university education, says a new report.
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives predicts annual fees in Nova Scotia will increase by 10 per cent over the next four years, reaching $7,760 by 2017-18.
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A year after a pro-rape frosh chant drew widespread outrage, there’s still much to improve at Saint Mary’s.
Acadia University is renewing its busy Welcome Week as students return to campus, filling residence rooms and apartments while doubling the population of Wolfville.
Welcome Week, which officially got underway Aug. 30 and continues through Sept. 8, has a couple of notable exceptions amid the usual variety of social events, academic programs and orientation sessions for incoming students.