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McGill sues Quebec over tuition hikes for non-resident students

McGill University is suing the Government of Quebec over increased tuition fees for out-of-province and international students, claiming these measures are illegal and threaten the institution's mission and reputation. These changes were announced by Quebec's Higher Education Minister Pascale Dery last year and are expected to hit English universities like McGill, Concordia, and Bishop's hardest due to their higher number of out-of-province and international students. The new rules have already affected McGill's enrolment, with a significant drop in applications from Canadian and international students.

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