Ontario's government has announced a new program under which 75 top international doctoral students will receive full scholarships, with the government paying two-thirds of the costs and the universities picking up the rest, The Globe and Mail reported. The program is part of a larger campaign by Ontario political and academic leaders to attract more foreign students, especially those at the very top who are also recruited by American universities. But critics of the government, Maclean's reported, are questioning the strategy, charging that it is taking away money and spots from Canadian students.
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