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B.C. universities want $130m in new funding


The Presidents of six B.C. universities were in Victoria Thursday to ask the provincial government to provide 11,000 new post-secondary spaces. The proposal would cost $130m over four years. Simon Fraser University President Andrew Petter says thousands of qualified students are being turned away from universities.

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