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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...1yr

No, but the cost of education should be drastically reduced for everyone

@97TX4J6Communistfrom Alberta  answered…2wks

as long as national do to, because if it only them i will sue everyone

@97T4JZCConservativefrom Ontario  answered…2wks

No, only through scholarships, and focus on Canadian citizen students first, either way, cost should be reduced

@97CZFYZLiberalfrom Ontario  answered…4wks

I think they should be provided with a low price for education not fully free. It should be a reasonable price which they can afford.

@97BCWQBfrom Ontario  answered…4wks

No, but I think low income citizens, permanent residents and low and middle income refugee children should be provided with free education.

@9746RJRfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

@96JLQNJfrom Alberta  answered…2mos

Should be provided with education but instead of free, the fee should be reduced by 50%

@955C627from Ontario  answered…3mos

@92V2G3Mfrom Alberta  answered…7mos

@92TFFD8from Ontario  answered…7mos

@92PJY5QLiberalfrom Ontario  answered…7mos

@92JJNYMfrom Ontario  answered…7mos

No, at least not until Canadian citizens have access to better school funding, equalization among schools in neighbouring districts, and more affordable quality post-secondary options. It is already too hard for students to find a good school, and get into college/university. We don't need to add foreigners getting a free ride to this list. Canada and Canadians first, then we can help everyone else.

@8Z6NRYQfrom British Columbia  answered…10mos

They should reduce the price if you show promaise and a low income. In extreme cases maybe study for a test and if you pass it with really good mark get a scholarship or something like that

@8Z5KNTPfrom British Columbia  answered…10mos

only if its for post secondary education. If they want to go to a public school, they don't really have to pay much so they don't need it to be free. But if its for a private school, they have to pay whatever needs paying, just like everyone else.

@8YD9VHPfrom Saskatchewan  answered…11mos

No, but the cost of their education should be drastically reduced

@8Y4SD67from Alberta  answered…11mos

No, but The price point for international students should be the same as Canadian citizens

@8XZNFFCfrom British Columbia  answered…12mos

Regardless, this matter should be left to the school in question.

@8XPMXC3from Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, except for post-secondary. However, all post-secondary should ideally be free. If Canadian citizens must pay, then so do international students.

@8WTC6CYfrom Manitoba  answered…1yr

Yes, if they continue to work in Canada for 5 to 10 years, they should get free schooling.

@8WPCX4Tfrom Saskatchewan  answered…1yr

@8WFRGBHfrom Quebec  answered…1yr

@8W88RGNfrom Nova Scotia  answered…1yr

Depending on the grades, there should be an incentive for lowered rates for these individuals

@8VZHZD3from Manitoba  answered…1yr

If low income international students be provided with a free education, students who are citizens/residents in their own provinces should be provided with free education first before international students.

@8VV2P57from Ontario  answered…1yr

@8VTWFCVLiberalfrom Prince Edward Island  answered…1yr

Refugees who immigrated into Canada should be provided education at community colleges. Refugees who have education and experience need to be given the chance to write an exam to qualify them for positions. IE, doctors, engineers etc. Many of the Refugees would choose to live in places who are desperate for these professionals.

@8VTS2BWfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

No, if they require education they should pay the same as a Canadian citizen

@8VTQKZMfrom Quebec  answered…1yr

Depends. If their education benefits this country then perhaps. If they will get educated here for free and take that knowledge to another country then definitely not. They should pay what they can and be responsible to payback to this country that educated them for either low cost or free education.

@8VTPVGGLiberalfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

This question creates divide and competition between international students. It creates elitism.

@8VTP6H3from Quebec  answered…1yr

low income students should be provided a free education not JUST international

@8VTMGJ9from British Columbia  answered…1yr

@8VTL4WZfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8VTGXS3from Alberta  answered…1yr

Only if the same is offered to Canadian citizens and if the foreign student is required to work and use the education they were provided before returning to their home country

@8VSFYK6from Ontario  answered…1yr

It should be offered, with many opportunities of scholarships. If a free education would not be available, it would be important regardless, to consider the students' financial situation. I believe this should apply to both international and out-of-province students.

@8VSFHBPfrom Ontario  answered…1yr


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