Three universities in Montreal, Canada, defrauded approximately 2000 students by collecting tuition funds from them, and when the time came to open their doors to these students, they filed bankruptcy, leaving those students stranded in the nation with no resources or security.
Many students have had to take refuge in neighbouring cities with their friends and families because they are not allowed to work 20 hours per week, which is a part of their right as an international student, and they have run out of resources to survive this crash in their lives because of these Canadian colleges, namely the CCSQ college, M. College, and CDE college.
Students are holding rallies and raising their voices through slogans for justice; these stressed students are stuck with anxiety and no answers, hoping that the Canadian government will step forward to assist them in finishing their courses from other colleges and allowing them to finish on the basis of their previous credits. They’re running out of options for making ends meet.
Almost 700 students from India who were enrolled in these online colleges are also suffering greatly.