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Sault STE. Marie City Council approved a $500,000 EDF Application that will go towards a significant, New Industrial Transformation Project proposed to be undertaken by Tenaris in Sault Marie featuring;

• An investment of $70 to 80 million which will enable Tenaris Canada to install a modern, productive Electric Resistance Welded Pine Manufacturing Line.

• 75 new jobs in Sault Ste. Marie in year one and an additional 50 new full Time Employees Tenaris Jobs.

• Increase in procurement from Algoma Steel of up to $ 200 million for hot rolled coil.
Eligible international travellers returning to Canada, Alberta at select airport and border crossings can participate in an Alberta COVID-19 Border Testing Pilot Program to safely explore reduced quarantine periods. Eligible travelers arriving at the Coutts land-border crossing or the Calgary International Airport can register to participate in the Alberta COVID-19 Border Testing Pilot Program by first completing the online form. Travellers can register up to 5 days before you plan to arrive. Participants in the pilot will be allowed to quarantine for less time provided they test negative for COVID-19 and if they commit to following specific public health and testing measures.

Students flying to Canada must arrive in Canada via Calgary International Airport (no layovers in other Canadian cities prior to Calgary).

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Learning institutions whose COVID-19 readiness plans have been approved by their provincial or territorial government will soon be able to welcome more international students back to their schools.

Amended travel restrictions will take effect on October 20, allowing international students to enter Canada if their designated learning institution (DLI) has an approved COVID-19 readiness plan in place. With primary responsibility for education and health care, provincial and territorial governments assess COVID-19 readiness plans that schools are putting in place. As part of their plans, DLIs are expected to provide specifics to their provincial or territorial government on how they will provide information to international students on health and travel requirements before they arrive in Canada, help students with their quarantine plans and provide guidance or assistance in acquiring the necessities of life, such as food and medication, during their quarantine. Readiness plans also need to establish protocols for the health of students in the event there are suspected or confirmed COVID-19 cases at the school.

The Government of Canada works closely with provinces and territories on the attraction and hosting of international students in Canada and other issues related to international education. Provincial and territorial partners indicated they would like to see a process that allows international students to begin travelling to Canada again, as long as it is done safely and respects health requirements.

Taking a cautious approach, the federal, provincial and territorial governments have worked together in developing that process. The list of DLIs with an approved COVID-19 readiness plan in place will be posted on IRCC’s web page for international students affected by COVID-19 restrictions and updated regularly as provinces and territories identify additional schools. This change to travel restrictions affects all international students, regardless of where they are travelling from or when their study permit was approved. Travellers should not make any travel plans until they have met all requirements and received all necessary authorizations.

The travel of asymptomatic international students who have the appropriate documents to enter Canada and whose DLI is on the list of institutions with approved COVID-19 readiness plans in place will be considered to be non-discretionary and non-optional, unless there is evidence that they are clearly coming to Canada for a discretionary or optional purpose, such as tourism.

With the amended travel restrictions, immediate family members may be able to accompany an international student to Canada if their reason for travel is non-optional or non-discretionary, such as getting established in Canada in support of the principal applicant’s study program. This could include a spouse or common-law partner, a dependant, or in the case of a minor child who will be studying in Canada, a parent or legal guardian. Like all travellers to Canada, international students and accompanying family members will be subject to all public health measures, including the mandatory 14-day quarantine period upon arrival in Canada.

University of Canada West (UCW) is providing an exciting offer of free internet service to its students studying online from India.

COVID-19 has changed many aspects of our everyday life. It has even changed how education is delivered. UCW students are studying from home and not everyone has a reliable internet connection to access their classes. In order to give its students the best chance to succeed, UCW has partnered with a local Indian internet provider to supply a free internet connection for students during their first term with UCW. UCW students in India may be eligible to receive a Wi-Fi dongle that comes with free internet service so they can excel in their studies.

This offer is available to UCW students who do not have access to high speed internet and are starting their studies in the Fall (October) 2020 Term, but there may be geographical limitations. The university internet partner in India will contact the students to carry out a basic internet speed test to assess if they can use this offer. Not all areas in India will be able to access this service. For those unable to access this service, the university internet partner will help troubleshoot and give advice about their current internet set up.

The university is also offering a $650 hotel voucher to students who are required by the federal government to self-isolate for their first 14 days in Canada. The vouchers are valid for new students starting their UCW program in the Fall (October) 2020 Term, either face-to-face in Canada or online, and arriving within 3 months after the travel restrictions are lifted. Some terms and conditions may apply.
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