Report finds university tuition in Saskatchewan unaffordable without freeze

March 17, 2009

A new report from the Saskatchewan office of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives encourages the provincial government to continue the tuition freeze, concluding that too many residents cannot afford a university education. The report recommends more upfront financial assistance, grants for low- and middle-income students, and improved assistance for Aboriginal students. In November, the Saskatchewan government announced it plans to end the freeze in favour of a "tuition management strategy." Regina Leader-Post | Read the full report