Columnists
Hennessy's Index | Which costs more in Canada: child care or university tuition? Without a universally affordable Canadian child-care plan in place, the numbers across the majority of provinces may surprise you.
Book Review
Nora Loreto | Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, the Maple Spring's most recognizable face, offers a straight-forward account about how the student strike felt from the inside.
News
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Helen Armstrong | 'Stitching Our Own Social Safety Net' shows the need for affordable housing, higher social assistance rates, higher minimum wages, dental care and lower post-secondary tuition in Ontario.
Blog
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Erika Shaker | The average cost of tuition and compulsory fees for Canadian undergrads will rise by 13 per cent over the course of their degree, from $6,610 this fall to an estimated $7,437 in 2016-17.
Blog
Infographic: Take a Hike! From Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA)
Erika Shaker | It might have been my imagination (or perhaps wishful thinking), but in the midst of this year's back-to-school media coverage, the issue of student debt seemed a little more prominent than usual.
Blog
Infographic: Take a Hike! From Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA)
Iglika Ivanova | A new report by the CCPA, Eduflation and the High Cost of Learning, shows that the average university tuition bill in Canada has grown three times faster than inflation over the last 20 years.
Blog
Student Day of Action in Toronto. Photo: Frandroid Atreides/Flickr
Trish Hennessy | At a time when Ontario's government is promising a transformation of the province's education system, it would be wise to focus on a problem it helped create: the problem of high tuition.
Podcast
Peter Driftmier | When student protests first erupted in Quebec, we were told it was all about tuition fees. But as nightly demonstrations continue, it has become clear that students are fighting something bigger.
Columnists
Alice Klein | A numbers guide to the Quebec student protests and economic inequality in Canada.
RabbleTV
Bill Clennett | Recorded on the evening of May 24th, this video shares a taste two of the nightly demos taking place in Montreal, in response to Loi 78 and in support of the student strike.
Blog
Photo courtesy of Students' Society of McGill University.
Christopher Majka | Do Quebec student protests stem from an entitlement mentality? Hardly. They represent a refusal to ride the inequality escalator. Faced with maxed out greed, Quebecois students propose an alternative.
Blog
NSCAD's Granville campus in downtown Halifax. Photo: Dave Carter/Flickr
Kaley Kennedy | Students and faculty at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD) are bracing for severe funding cuts as the provincial government continues to target the school.