Free Tuition for Hundreds of Thousands of Ontario Students


New Ontario Student Assistance Program Now Accepting Applications
Ontario is now accepting applications for the new Ontario Student Assistance Program, which is making tuition free for more than 210,000 students.

Premier Kathleen Wynne met with high school students at Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton Catholic Secondary School in Toronto today to talk about how the new OSAP will help more students pursue higher education based on their ability to learn — not on their ability to pay.
In addition to providing free tuition to hundreds of thousands of students each year, the new OSAP will also provide more generous grants. By next year, it is estimated that some 230,000 students receiving OSAP will have less debt as a result of these changes.

All students are encouraged to visit to start their applications today.
Removing the financial barriers to higher learning and making postsecondary education more affordable is part of our plan to create jobs, grow our economy and help people in their everyday lives.


  1. Who’s going to pay for all these generous give-aways ??? These guys are nuts folks. They’re giving away the farm and you and I will pay for it. Big time !!! It’s,desperately, time for change. Please go to the polls in the by-election.

    • Save this comment and post it after every City Council meeting. Frank’s overseen $44.7 million in expense increases in his first nine years on Council and his final three years will only run that number higher “and you and I will pay for it. Big time !!! It’s,desperately, time for change.” Please go to the polls in the 2018 city election.

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