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Just one day into Joe Biden’s presidency, Jagmeet Singh is using his new policies to roast the Canadian prime minister.

Around 24 hours after the U.S. president’s inauguration, Singh took to social media to make a comparison between the two leaders.

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Via Twitter, the NDP leader wrote, “Day 1 of his presidency: Joe Biden puts a pause on student loan payments with an interest rate of 0%.”

He went on, “The second wave of the pandemic: Justin Trudeau breaks his promise to students and refuses to do the same.”

Singh’s comments come as the new president made several big moves within his first few hours in the White House.

This included cancelling the Keystone XL pipeline, rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement and extending a pause on student loan repayments.

He even had time to redecorate the Oval Office on Wednesday!

Across the border, many students in Canada are still required to repay their student loan debts and some have been asked to return the Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB), too.

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The Guelph Police are investigating students having their drinks spiked at the University of Guelph with an "unknown substance" after receiving information from the university.

Police say four complaints have been made. "Two of the complaints are related to a recent house party in the south end of Guelph, and two are related to a small on-campus gathering last month," according to a press release.

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2 Students Are Preparing to Sue Seneca College Over Its COVID-19 Vaccine Policy

Both students say they can't complete their programs online.

Seneca College students Mariana Costa and Crystal Love are reportedly preparing to sue their college over its COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

In a press release, Seneca College announced that students and staff will need to be vaccinated to return to campus on September 7, 2021. However, the college also stated that it would be accepting medical exemptions.

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As it gets closer to the day Canadians go to the polls, Narcity spoke with Elections Canada to get all the details on how to vote in Canada's federal election if you're a student.

The Vote on Campus program, which allowed students to register and then vote at school, has been scrapped for this election.

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A study analyzing which industries have the worst mental health has shown that full-time students have the lowest mental health score, and they have for a while.

LifeWorks released its monthly Mental Health Index for June 2021 that looks at the mental health of people across Canada during the COVID-19 pandemic. For the 13th month in a row, full-time post-secondary students have the lowest mental health score at -20.6.

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