Post-secondary students from abroad will start the fall 2018 semester without universal health care in Manitoba, to the dismay of those from far away who have come to the Prairies at already high costs.
“Since it was free here, it made it much easier, less complicated than having to worry about paying,” said Efe Erhie, one of several international students at the University of Manitoba who said free health care was one of the reasons they came to study in Winnipeg.
…the Pallister government passed an amendment to the Health Services Insurances Act repealing a 2012 clause that gave college and university students from abroad access to universal health care. “International students, their spouses, and dependents will no longer be eligible for…
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