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Social Anxiety and Depression Among College Students

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Social anxiety and depression among college students are very common, and it’s one of many mental issues that affect college students. Anxiety has always played a significant role in students’ life. Many students feel overwhelmed with academic pressure, family and social pressure that affect their mental being.

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Mental Health Issues on the Rise Among College Students

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A vast majority of people suffer one kind of mental health issue or the other. It is estimated that one in every five Canadians has one form of mental disorders in any given year.1 Mental illness can affect anyone regardless of their race, gender, age or social background.

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Free English Classes for New Residents of Canada

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Canadian government offers free English classes to landed immigrants and refugees. If you are a new immigrant or refugee, make sure to take this class to help you improve your English language skills to help you find work, prepare you before going to college or help you settle into life in Canada.

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Once Homeless but Now Attend Harvard University

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Tonika Morgan, a Canadian living in Toronto, was seeking donations to fund her education at Harvard in 2015. Her story began when she submitted her application to Harvard University in spite of the inner voices of doubt that haunted her not to. She faced the biggest challenges but managed to hit the “send” button.

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MUN changes its tuition policy

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The province of Newfoundland and Labrador was known to international students as the cheapest place to study in Canada. The Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN) is a university located primarily in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. The university had not risen its tuition fees since 1999.

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Canada is one of the best study abroad destinations

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Many parents prefer to send their kids abroad to get their university education. According to an HSBC report, Canada is the fourth country that parents are most likely to consider for their child’s university education abroad in spite of high tuition fee for international students.

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The Rise of online education - what does it mean for students?

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Online learning is becoming more popular these days. Many public universities and colleges across the country are now offering online courses to students. Many profit and non-profit companies also offer online courses with low price or for free to students around the world. There is no doubt that these changes are a product of advanced technology in the twenty-first century.

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University rankings - What really matters

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University rankings boost the school’s reputation and attract more potential students. Students and their parents look at University ranking to decide which university they will choose. Karen McKellin, executive director of the International Student Initiative at The University of British Columbia, said, “If students and their parents don’t know much about Canada, they’ll look at the rankings to see which Canadian university rank […].”

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New Ontario Student Grant

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Ontario announced the New Ontario Student Grant starting in the 2017-18 school year. Students whose parents make a combined household income of less than $50,000 per year can have a tuition free. The grant is only applicable to full-time only.

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Discoveries of science

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Discoveries of science. Space gets more swarmed. “Purchase area, they’re not making it any longer,” Mark Twain approximately prompted risk-takers. Twain never knew about exoplanets, obviously. Caltech scientists recommended for the current year that no less than 100 billion such universes circle stars in our Milky Way system.

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