ONTARIO -- The Ontario Liberals are changing the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) to make post-secondary school more affordable for everyone.
Students entering college or university programs next year will be the first to benefit from the new Ontario Student Grant launches as part of OSAP in fall 2017.
The new program will help students to gain the necessary education they want without having to worry about graduating with debt.
Students whose parents have an income of less than $50,000 will not have to pay back student loans, and the Ontario Student Grant will make the average tuition free for low and middle-income students.
"We believe that access to post-secondary education should be based on the ability to learn and not on the ability to pay," said Deputy Premier Deb Matthews.
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