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Wednesday, March 12th, 2008

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Tories' will axe tax deductible RESP bill

Opposition forced to change vote or bring down government

Wednesday, March 12th, 2008

A new bill could make it easier for students to avoid the crunch of rising tuition fees, but the political parties comprising the Opposition will have to fight for it.

The bill aims to amend the current Registered Education Savings Plan system by making annual donations of up to $5,000 to an RESP tax deductible. (read more)

Student faces expulsion for Facebook group

Chris Avenir fights 147 academic misconduct charges for chemistry study group

Wednesday, March 12th, 2008

If you think your secrets are safe on Facebook, think again.

One student at Ryerson University could face expulsion and a hefty stack of academic charges after university administration discovered a study group on the popular social networking site. (read more)

Millennium Foundation out, student grants in

Wednesday, March 12th, 2008

The demise of the Canadian Millennium Scholarship Foundation signals a new era in student funding, as the federal government recently unveiled its replacement: the Canada Student Grant Program.

Ten years ago, the CMSF began with an endowment of $2. (read more)

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