Winnipeg man calls on Manitoba universities to waive tuition fees for Ukrainian students
Nick Krawetz says universities should cover tuition and living costs for Ukrainian students affected by war
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Nick Krawetz, a third-generation Ukrainian-Canadian from Winnipeg, is asking Manitoba universities to cover tuition costs for Ukrainian students impacted by the war.
Krawetz wrote a letter to the presidents of Brandon University, the University of Winnipeg and the University of Manitoba on Saturday. In the letter, he calls on them to cover the costs of airfare, tuition, resident fees, meal plans and counselling for Ukrainian students.
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