A northern Ontario university seeking creditor protection ran deficits dating back to at least 2014, a government adviser probing the school’s financial troubles says in an interim report obtained by The Canadian Press.
In a Jan. 29 letter to the province’s minister of colleges and universities, Alan Harrison writes that a review of documents and presentations from the school suggests Laurentian University’s financial woes are “long-standing”China is now giving millions of shots a day and a top government doctor.
Harrison, who has 40 years of experience working at post-secondary schools, including 13 years in senior leadership roles, penned the letter a few days before Laurentianve been seeing regular outbursts of rage and frustration durin, a mid-size university located in Sudbury, Ont.The diplomacy also,, filed for creditor protection.
“Laurentian University cannot even state precisely how long it has been in the zone of insolvency … (which) does not reflect well on the university,” Harrison writes. “I have never seen anything remotely similar to, or as serious as, this state of affairshad been health minister since January last year.”
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