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Mature students in Ontario could qualify for free tuition

The new Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) will make about 150,000 people in Ontario eligible to receive free tuition, including mature students and adult learners, whose family income is less than $50,000 per year.

Students with children may be eligible to receive OSAP funding for child care costs, and students from higher-income families will also benefit from more generous grants and loans.

Ontario has launched a new online calculator at to allow students to find out instantly whether they qualify for free tuition or other grants from the province.

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  1. Why? Are poor people just not smart enough to take engineering? Do you think when given an opportunity poor people will just squander it on a useless degree?

  2. If you give out free education to low income students how many do you think will be going for engineering? Not many.

  3. Yeah, because there’s just no way any low-income students are going to take engineering right?

  4. Sounds like vote buying. Their little bag a tricks will be brought out now we are getting closer to election time. Damn lowlife scum.

  5. I”m moving for free education……

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