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Hockey School Near Montreal Draws Students Worldwide

from Brenda Branswell of the Montreal Gazette via Canada.com,

For parent-teacher interviews at Harrington College of Canada, staff use the Internet-based telephone service Skype for face-to-face contact with parents.

That’s because most students at the boarding school located 40 kilometres west of Montreal, hail from places such as Russia, Japan, the Czech Republic, New Zealand and New Jersey.

What draws students from around the globe — undeterred by a yearly tuition of $32,450 — is the private English school’s elite hockey program.


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