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Can Sask. handle a potential influx of international students? Existing students say no

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Shivangi Sharma, an international student at the University of Regina, says she is “fortunate” to work three part-time jobs while managing her undergraduate studies, since many of her friends are struggling to find employment.With the federal government’s January announcement of a two-year cap on international students, most of whom historically went to B.C. and Ontario, it’s possible Saskatchewan could see a reverse effect of an uptick in enrolment. But existing students and recent graduates sa

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