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Rogers Sugar Reports First Quarter 2021 Results, Provides for Higher Volumes Outlook for Sugar and Maple Business Segments for Fiscal 2021

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MONTREAL, Feb 03, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) —
MONTREAL, Feb. 03, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Rogers Sugar Inc.’s (“our,” “we”, “us” or “Rogers”) (TSX: RSI) today reported first quarter fiscal 2021 results with Adjusted EBITDA of $27.6 million and net earnings of $13.8 million ($0.13 per share).

“Our commitment to providing high quality products and customer service is core to our long-term business strategy,” said John Holliday, President and Chief Executive Officer of Rogers and Lantic Inc. “During the quarter, we continued to meet our customers’ demands, despite the impacts of COVID-19. In several areas, COVID-19 is driving strong increases in demand, leading to improved revenue and sales volumes. In other areas, it is adding costs to how we manage the demand volatility and keep our people safe. Despite the ongoing impacts from COVID-19, we expect

Pandemic pushes steep fall in overseas higher education students

TOLEDO, Ohio — Just two semesters quick of earning a cybersecurity master’s degree in the U.S., Sai Naini is stuck in India, unsure what his potential retains.

He rushed dwelling this summer time immediately after studying that his father was in failing wellness after getting identified with COVID-19, generating it to his medical center bedside only 4 hours ahead of he died.

“He was psychological he was in tears,” Naini explained. “I was fortunate to see him. I think he was waiting around to see another person who would consider treatment of my mom, and then he remaining.”

Two months afterwards, when the 28-12 months-aged was completely ready to return to the University of Toledo, his visa software was denied even nevertheless he experienced letters from his school advisers detailing why he experienced long gone household and that he presently was enrolled in lessons. The only rationalization he got, he

Pandemic pushes steep fall in overseas higher education pupils

In this file image from June 7, 2019, a guy walks by Hamerschlag Hall on the Carnegie Mellon College campus in Pittsburgh. Faculties in the U.S. have noticed a sharp enrollment fall between intercontinental college students in the drop of 2020. College administrators say a amount of hurdles and new insurance policies brought on by the coronavirus pandemic are to blame. (AP Picture/Gene J. Puskar, File)

Just two semesters quick of earning a cybersecurity master’s degree in the U.S., Sai Naini is trapped in India, not sure what his potential holds.


He rushed property this summer months after discovering that his father was in failing wellbeing following being identified with COVID-19, generating it to his hospital bedside only 4 several hours prior to he died.

“He was psychological he was in tears,” Naini claimed. “I was lucky to see him. I think he was waiting to see a person who