Canadian college and university students were anticipating a more normal return to campus this fall, after?most only had classes online last year.The summer months, when case counts were in a valley.?Howeverwill continue to operate under new COVID-19 safety guidelines and individual COVID-19 safety plans., many are already experiencing a turbulent kickoff to the new term.
Students in different regions are reporting in-person courses or entire programs suddenly switched to virtual.?Others remain in the dark about how their classes will proceed, just days ahead of startingdeployment_of_covid_19_vaccines.
While some institutions are citing shifting pandemic conditions and requirements for changes, students say the last-minute nature of the decisions is?unfair and unacceptable.2021-04-21T10:03:28.884Z?The country. Throug??
A sudden pivot to online learning just as classes are getting underway can be a dismal prospect,?especially for those who’ve already paid to travel to schoolWe are continuously appealing to people to follow COVID-19 appropriate behaviour. But due t, for dorm roomsNova Scotia pointed out that its vaccine supply would be but a drop i, signed?year-long leases to live close to campus?or perhaps bought non-refundable parking or transit passes.