Yes, and the government should provide free university education
No, tuition costs should be tied to inflation
Yes, recent tuition increases at universities across the country are too high and need to be capped
Yes, but only cap tuition to each student's first year rate

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 @4QXVML3from Ontario answered…4yrs4Y

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.

 @8CDLTDLfrom Alberta answered…4yrs4Y

No, however one's inability to afford the schooling tuition should not jeopardize their ability to get accepted into the school.

 @8NZWYH6from Manitoba answered…4yrs4Y

Yes and the government should work towards making tuition more affordable for post secondary students first while making the transition to free post secondary education.

 @9MKB35G from New Brunswick answered…1wk1W

There should be free post-secondary education offered by the government for each province, as well as private institutions whose rate should be determined by the free market.

 @9MB3VWLfrom British Columbia answered…2wks2W

No, the government should attempt to find a way to decrease tuition rates (at least proportionally to inflation) by figuring why it increased (aside from inflation)

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