For the past six years, Maggie MacDonnell has worked as a teacher in a remote village in the Canadian Arctic. Her efforts have now been rewarded with the Global Teacher Prize 2017 and the $1 million prize money attached.
Canadian colleges are reaping the rewards of isolationism abroad and seeing booming numbers of foreign applicants. US and UK politics have caused many prospective students to turn to Canada, Kristina Jovanovski reports.
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