MEDIA RELEASE: For Immediate Release – April 17, 2018 HALIFAX- Representatives of the Canadian Federation of Students-Nova Scotia (CFS- NS) have been informed that they are not invited to the first meeting the government’s newly reinstated provincial Sexual Violence Prevention Committee
On March 26th, the Provincial Executive Committee published this letter to Minister Labi Kousoulis.
HALIFAX—Today’s budget does nothing to improve the situation for post-secondary students in Nova Scotia. While the budget makes small investments in programs for recent graduates, research, and mental health services, it does little to offset the impact of looming tuition
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
HALIFAX—Yesterday, the Nova Scotia government announced a $1.3 million investment in colleges and the removal of apprenticeship fees for students seeking technical training. The removal of these fees will save apprentices up to $900 per year. Students, who regularly call