Provincial bailout for NSCAD
Reporter, Jennifer Henderson
As youve heard on the news, the cash-strapped Nova Scotia College of Art and Design has been given three more months to come up with a survival plan.
NSCAD is 19 million dollars in debt and the province is picking up its 2.4 million dollar deficit this year.
In return, the university has promised to review its operations and departments to see where savings can be achieved and where collaborations with other unviersities may be possible.
Those are the recommendations of Howard Windsor, the consultant appointed by the province after NSCAD failed to come up with a plan to address its deteriorating finacial situation.
Jennifer Henderson has been following the story, she spoke with Wendy, last night.
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