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Macleans Magazine - 2005 Canadian University Rankings
Primarily Undergraduate winner: St. Francis Xavier University - Nova Scotia tops Maclean's List     

2005 Overall Rankings Chart:

Primarily undergraduate ranking.

The Maclean's ranking takes a measure of the undergraduate experience, comparing universities in three peer groupings. Those in the Primarily Undergraduate category are largely focused on undergraduate education, with relatively few graduate programs

Steeped in a tradition of community building, this Nova Scotia campus offers an environment where students can flourish and find their place in the world.

2005 Overall Rankings Chart: Comprehensive ranking
University of Waterloo

2005 Overall Rankings Chart: Medical Doctoral ranking
McGill & Univserity of Toronto - Joint Firsts

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For more about About StFX University go to read more
Unfortunately the site has no mention or image whatsoever of St. Francis Xavier, or Goa where his relics remain.
Perhaps readers of goanvoice.ca will contact their media relations to do what is necessary.


Canada to review immigration policy
Tuesday, November 1, 2005 (Toronto):

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Canada has decided to unveil sweeping changes in its immigration policy and is planning to take in as many as 300,000 new workers annually for the next five years to tackle a huge backlog of prospective immigrants.

Canada is on track to accept 245,000 immigrants this year, the very high end of last year's target, and will raise its target for next year to between 225,000 and 255,000, Immigration Minister Joe Volpe said.

"We have to start thinking about the Immigration department as a recruiting vehicle for Canada's demographic and labour market needs," Volpe was quoted as saying by The Globe and Mail yesterday.


"We are producing more jobs than the labour market has workers for. We're desperate for immigration," he added.

He said the country was facing a backlog of 700,000 prospective immigrants and pledged to tackle the problem by introducing a system to expedite processing of their applications.

Volpe said prospective immigrants currently face waits of as long as four years to have their applications processed in Canadian missions around the world.
 

Peel Regional Police - Shooting at Chinguacousy Secondary School

BRAMPTON, ON, Nov. 9 /CNW/ - On Wednesday, November 9, 2005, just before 8:00 a.m, an 18-year-old student of Chinguacousy Secondary School was shot, while sitting in his vehicle, in the parking lot of the school. The victim was able to attend the school office to get help. He was transported to hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries. An 18-year-old male passenger in the vehicle escaped uninjured.

Police do not believe this was a random attack. Investigators are looking for one suspect, who is described as male, black, 18 years-of-age, 5'8" tall.

He was wearing a black hoodie and blue jeans. The suspect was last seen fleeing in a north easterly direction on foot.
 

 


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