Canadian Tuitions Among World’s Highest

Posted on December 5th, 2015

“In its throne speech Friday, Canada’s new Liberal government promised to ‘work with the provinces and territories to make post-secondary education more affordable.’ New research from the OECD suggests Trudeau’s […]

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Awards for Aboriginal Masters and Doctoral Students

Posted on September 10th, 2015

“Premier Christy Clark today announced $2 million to encourage more Aboriginal students to pursue masters and doctoral level degrees at public universities in British Columbia. ‘Aboriginal people are a vital […]

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Average University Tuition Rises 3.2%

Posted on September 9th, 2015

“The average cost of attending a Canadian university rose more than three per cent to $6,191 for the current school year, Statistics Canada says. The figure is up from $5,998 a […]

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Student Worry About Debt & Job Market

Posted on August 18th, 2015

A recent poll taken with post-secondary students in Canada shows students are worried about school debt and being able to find a job post-graduation that pays well.   “The poll […]

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B.C. Students Increasingly Relying on Food Banks

Posted on July 17th, 2015

Post-secondary students in British Columbia are increasingly relying on food banks to help supplement their tight budgets.  Many students are experiencing high costs of living, in addition to their tuition […]

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UC Berkeley Students Vote to Improve Mental Health Services

Posted on April 23rd, 2015

Thousands of students had their say in a vote to improve mental health services on campus by increasing student fees at the University of California-Berkeley. “University of California-Berkeley students voted […]

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Eligibility for Canada Student Grants Program Extended

Posted on April 7th, 2015

Stephen Harper expands eligibility for Canada Student Grants program.  Training programs less than 60 weeks will now be eligible for government help. Read the full article  

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Free Tuition, Child Care for Single Parents on Welfare

Posted on March 11th, 2015

The BC government has announced what Social Development Minister Michelle Stilwell is calling “one of the most significant social program shifts the government has ever introduced.”  The province of BC […]

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