Students and the former director of Laurentian University’s school of midwifery in Sudbury, Ont., are struggling to understand why it was closed as part of the university’s restructuring.
The university has been wrapped up in insolvency hearings, and news of faculty cuts and program terminations have spread through the North since announcements began rolling out Monday. The process under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA) allows organizations to operate while dealing with their financial situation
Former midwifery school director Susan James said it was the only bilingual
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