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Brent Patterson | The Canadian Federation of Students held a National Day of Action Wednesday to call for universal access to public, post-secondary education in Canada.
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Bilan Arte | Post-secondary education must be strengthened and defended, like all public services, to grow our economy and invest in Canada's future.
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Erika Shaker | The recently released PBO report, Federal Spending on Postsecondary Education, is a treasure trove of information about education funding, tuition fees, savings schemes and tax credits.
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Erika Shaker | Given the increasingly patchwork approach to university finance, it is crucial to revisit the federal role in the lead-up to a national election.
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Cory Collins | Students headed back to school in Newfoundland and Labrador this year will be the first to fully benefit from the province's new student aid provisions. Wouldn't that be nice for all of Canada?
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Redeye Collective | Scenes of Montreal streets filled with striking students are reminiscent of the 2012 campaign against tuition hikes. This time, students are protesting a harsh province-wide austerity program.
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Jessica Prupas | A roundup of the highlights from the Blogs this week
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Miles Krauter | Ontario's Liberal government incidentally reveals how they really feel about post-secondary education in a new advertisement.
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Alex Mierke-Zatwarnicki | UBC students just made quorum at a general assembly for the first time in 40 years -- to protest the massive tuition and residence hikes introduced by the administration with virtually no warning.
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Redeye Collective | Jordan Maclaren looked into the intricacies of student aid from province to province across Canada. She found huge variability in grants, parental contributions and debt reduction strategies.
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J. Baglow | In which I respond to a challenge by economist Stephen Gordon to defend a "no-tuition" policy
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Anne-Marie Roy | It's that time of year again at the University of Ottawa; most students have left campus for the summer, presenting an opportune time for President Allan Rock and the Board to hike tuition fees.