Since 2006, tuition fees have increased as much as 71 percent and the Liberals just announced tuition fees will increase for four more years. By the end of this new tuition fee framework, tuition fees will have increased as much as 108 per cent under the Liberal government! When Premier Kathleen Wynne and Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities Brad Duguid went to school they paid less than $850 in tuition fees. Now, their plan means students will pay on average more than $8,000 in fees. Tell Kathleen Wynne and Brad Duguid enough is enough. The hikes stop here.

The Hikes Stop Here

Member locals of the Canadian Federation of Students - Ontario identified a need for tools including a provincial database of support organizations and centres, sexual assault policy information, and tips for how to respond when college and university administrations are pushing back against preventing violence and promoting consent.


Students are calling on Premier Kathleen Wynne to take immediate and decisive action to make post-secondary education more affordable by establishing a new tuition fee framework that cuts tuition fees for all students. The Canadian Federation of Students-Ontario released Changing Priorities: Moving Towards Affordable Post-Secondary Education, recommending the government implement a multi-year tuition fee framework that reduces tuition fees by 30 per cent over three years, establishes a long-term plan to progressively eliminate tuition fees and ensures that tuition fee billing policies and practices are fair for students.


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