LCVI helps students continue education with $15k Charitable Trust Fund

As an alumni and staff member for over 20 years, LCVI student services enrichment counsellor Martha Read-Gray said she’s seen a huge change in the amount of students that were trying to go to college or university. Read-Gray stated that her work as a guidance counsellor made her acutely aware

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Local program donates tuition cuts to those affected by OSAP reductions

  When the Ontario government offered a 10 per cent tuition cut to postsecondary students, Queen’s Student Aimee McCurdy said that she couldn’t enjoy the savings knowing that many students had their OSAP funding drastically cut or eliminated. According to the Ontario Government, the cuts would reduce the average university

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Students protest Ford government changes to student loans, fee payments and tuition

Despite the cold temperatures that kept school buses off the roads on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019, approximately 200 Queen’s University students bundled up to hit the streets and speak their minds. The group of students gathered at the intersection of University and Union Streets, signs in hand and protest chants

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