Canadian officials are recruiting Brazilian students

In Canada, Governor-General David Johnston is seeking to recruit more Brazilian students to study at Canadian universities, and is aiming to develop academic partnerships with the South American country. Johnston left for the 10-day trip, traveling with 30 university presidents to Brazil. Johnston said the country is hoping to leverage Brazil's new resources and their interest in Canadian education.

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