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If you're wondering about the cost of post-secondary tuition in Canada for schools in different provinces, Statistics Canada has some data that might help you pick out your dream school.

The data breaks down the average fees for Canadian students in each province for 2020 and 2021. According to the agency, the average cost in Canada is $6,580 for full-time undergraduate studies and $7,304 for graduate studies.

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You can apply for some Ontario summer jobs at the province's largest lavender farm right now, and there are so many positions available.

Terre Bleu is known for its sprawling purple fields, lavender treats, and Insta-worthy photo ops.

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Usually the quiet heroes, nurses in Canada are now the embodiment of the frontline worker, the people who are, more than anyone else, seen as getting us through this ever-lengthening crisis.

It's a growth industry, and if you're thinking of getting into it during this Year of the Nurse, here's everything you need to know.

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Calling all graduates! Canadian Heritage is hiring a bunch of graduates across Canada right now — and there’s so many different roles available.

If you’ve ever considered working in the federal government, this could be a great opportunity to get started.

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Unless you just have an insanely curious mind, I'm guessing you're here because you want to learn a little more about grad school, and you probably have a couple of questions you want answered. Like, what opportunities will grad school afford me? What are the major differences between certain programs and schools? What even is grad school?

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