www.immigrantscanada.comUniversity Of Toronto Dept:
I started off by relating an anecdote about a colleague who told me she had heard parents of high-school children saying they hoped Bill 101 would be tightened to keep francophones and immigrants out of English CEGEPs - and thus, they believed, make it easier for their own anglophone kids to get in, according to Montreal Gazette. Today, a selection of reader responses: On the Opinion page March 1 - the deadline for CEGEP and university applications for next fall - I wrote about challenges that anglophones have in getting access to higher education in the English sector, and I invited readers to share their experiences and observations. I also described how, and why, McGill University's admission policy is less favourable to local applicants than the University of Toronto's policy is to Toronto residents. And I highlighted unhappiness in the English high-school sector over Quebec's new and sudden reluctance to expand vocational education in English to keep up with demand. (www.immigrantscanada.com).
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