CAPE BRETON – Today members of the Post-Secondary Education Coalition (PSE Coalition) will hold a press conference at Cape Breton University to release the results of the 2017 public opinion polling on the state of post-secondary education in Nova Scotia.
MEDIA ADVISORY For Immediate Release Tuesday, October 31, 2017 Student Debt is Haunting Nova Scotia Students HALIFAX—Students at Mount Saint Vincent University are calling attention to the student debt crisis in Nova Scotia this Halloween by taking action on their
HALIFAX – A report released today by the Canadian Federation of Students-Nova Scotia outlines institutional discrepancies in policy and services for, as well as students’ recommendations to combat sexualized violence on campus. Working Towards Consent Culture: Developing a Plan to
HALIFAX— Today’s budget shows little investment in students and youth in Nova Scotia and largely replicates the budget tabled prior to the provincial election. While this budget makes small investments in student financial assistance and job creation programs for youth,
HALIFAX—Students will gather at the legislature at noon today to voice their concerns about their uncertain future as tuition fees in Nova Scotia continue to skyrocket. Students will have a banner showing the increase in tuition fees since 1990 and