Can we entice India’s brightest young academic stars to do their graduate work at McGill or UBC instead of Stanford or UCLA?
Stephen Toope (who is just back from India where he was heading a delegation of Canadian universities) and Arvind Gupta (The founder of the hugely successful GlobaLink) are surely trying to keep Canada in the game.
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