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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

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Yes, recent tuition increases at universities across the country are too high and need to be capped

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Regardless, privatize education and let the free market determine the tuition rates

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@4QXVML3from Ontario  answered…2yrs

YES - I think the Federal government should pay the full fee of Bachelor Degree program and 50% for Master's program (PHD is full responsibility of student). But all recipients must work 5 consecutive years within Canada or for a Canadian owned company; if they choose not to, then the full cost of university will have to be repaid within 5 - 8 years.

@96W9NG2from Ontario  answered…1mo

The government should give money to students to pay student lone det

@96Q96XYfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@96M2SQSfrom Alberta  answered…2mos

Reduce grants/ loans so schools come to expect less gov money causing tuition to need to decrease.

@96JJRBTfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

Yes, and it should 0$. This concept was created to eliminate the possibility of an "educated proletarian".

@95YV2DZfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

University should be free and all required and supplemental tools such as textbooks should be open source.

@95JD49Zfrom British Columbia  answered…3mos

No, tuition fees to foreign students should increase greatly. Tuition fees for Canadian students should be at a lower amount.

@955C627from Ontario  answered…3mos

The government should provide free postsecondary education to all Canadian citizens.

@94BMSDBfrom Alberta  answered…4mos

Wouldn't be so high if they didn't accept so many foreign students.

@945C4M2from British Columbia  answered…4mos

I'm skeptical. How would this affect research and other services?

@93DQGP9from Ontario  answered…6mos

They need to make money so they cannot make it free BUT at least reduce the cost of tuitions a bit

@92MWQCFfrom British Columbia  answered…7mos

No, but free educational materials should be made available for students who prefer it or cannot afford university tuition

@Danrumartinfrom Alberta  answered…7mos

No, but certain degrees or job certifications which are highly needed should have their price capped with additional funding available to low income students (Ex. labour work, Medical work, technical work)

@925KQ4Hfrom Ontario  answered…8mos

Caps should be put on institutions that rely on federal funding. If they don't want a cap they can go and be self funded.

@8ZYPVGNfrom Alberta  answered…8mos

Yes there should be a cap along with the government lowering university tuition rates

@8ZTSR7Dfrom Ontario  answered…9mos

Like some countries education, including post secondary should be public ally funded, as long as good marks are achieved.

@8ZT89J8from Ontario  answered…9mos

Yes, but only to programs that are value added to our economy. E.g. computer programming, engineering, nursing, etc.

@8ZP8J6Kfrom Ontario  answered…9mos

Yes, and the government should provide free university tuition, but only for STEM and business careers.

@8ZNCB7Dfrom Ontario  answered…9mos

Tuition should be free, but the admission numbers should be drastically reduced.

@8ZGVPWTfrom Ontario  answered…9mos

Make it up to the universities, what would the government know about university funds

@8ZBY78Vfrom Ontario  answered…9mos

We should acknowledge that many jobs don't need a degree to be done effectively.

@8Z9TYQWfrom Alberta  answered…9mos

@8Z82ZM2from British Columbia  answered…10mos

@8Z6P9KQfrom Saskatchewan  answered…10mos

Each province should have 2 main places of secondary-learning: a no-cost place with extremely basic amenities, and a privately funded location. The No-cost institute should get a percentage of the provincial budget, the amount voted upon by said provincial populace, and re-adjusted on a regular basis.

@8Z47MQGfrom Ontario  answered…10mos

i don’t rlly know but wouldn’t the tuition just depends on the program and school you’re attending

@8YZ86G6from Ontario  answered…10mos

The federal government should not exist, nor should private universities.

@8YYS5XYfrom Ontario  answered…10mos

The government should encourage higher education and spend money to help develop a skilled workforce. Education subsidies for higher education should be directed to knowledge skill gaps in the countries workforce.

@8YYBF87Conservativefrom Ontario  answered…10mos

No, but the government should give more grants and loans to help students pay for it.

@8YWMBC6from British Columbia  answered…10mos


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