British Columbia: The B-C government is putting a two-year freeze on new institutions enrolling international students and imposing minimum language requirements.
Minister of Post-Secondary Education Selina Robinson says many students are being exploited and there will be more frequent inspections on such schools to ensure standards are met.
Last week, the federal government announced a two-year cap on the number of study permits it approves to slow the international student program that is putting added strain on Canada’s housing market.

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