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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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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... 5 years ago from a Liberal in Toronto
Education is a path towards Peace. 5 years ago from a Communist in Georgetown
Concentrate more on skilled Labour rather than university education. 7 years ago from a Liberal in Abbotsford
The federal government should increase support for universities and increase support for students meeting moderately high standards. 7 years ago from a Liberal in Saint Catherines
Yes, for citizens of Canada, our universities should be affordable. Students from other countries attending, should bear full cost however. 7 years ago from a Liberal in New Westminster
No, education is a provincial competence that the federal government should respect. 7 years ago from a Liberal in Longueuil
Yes, but only if the government is prepared to fund the income shortfall. 7 years ago from a Liberal in Vancouver
Education should be covered by the government at any and all levels and expenses. The only condition is that if you choose to go to school and have it paid for, a certain 5% extra tax is added to your regular taxation every year for as many years as you... 7 years ago from a New Democratic in Calgary
Recent (20 years+) have been much too high. In other countries, systems have been devised so that all committed, capable students have a chance at post-secondary education) (university and other), and Canada could and certainly should develop such a... 7 years ago from a Liberal in Winnipeg
Free university tuition paid for by a fair taxation system. 7 years ago from a New Democratic in Vancouver
Free tuition based on maintained academic achievement: accept lower standards for those willing to pay fees. 7 years ago from a Liberal in Streetsville
Post secondary education should be provided to any Canadian that wants it. This could be based upon a no interest repayment program over the working lifetime of the applicant. Canada needs to encourage higher education and invest it its future. 7 years ago from a Liberal in Vancouver
All post secondary education institutions are businesses that sell pieces of paper that more or less represent a person's gain in knowledge while attending said place. Let these places of education provide value for the money and let persons judge... 7 years ago from a Conservative in Calgary
Students should have to pay the full price of their education - maybe even up front - but there should be unlimited loans in order to do so recovered through future earnings. There should also be more scholarships ranging from a 25% refund for simply... 7 years ago from a Liberal in Toronto
Tuition costs should be tied to the calibur of education you are getting. The government should help out with scholarships and grants. 7 years ago from a Liberal in Stratford