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Immigration boosts school enrolment in north-east Ontario

Northeastern Ontario schools, previously facing decreasing enrolment, are seeing a boost due to recent immigration, according to Radio Canada International. This shift reverses a long-term trend, with school boards like the Huron-Superior Catholic District reporting 180 more students than last year. This influx has prompted a need for more staff and renovations. Other boards, such as the Rainbow District and Sudbury Catholic District, also report increased student numbers. The Near North District School Board has welcomed 34 more students, totalling a student body of 10,044 this fall.


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