Quebec Students Complaining Can Kiss My Ass – Yes. I Said It. They Can Kiss My Ass.

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I paid over $6,000 university tuition this year for my son’s post-secondary education here in Ontario.  Although an additional tax break or two would have been nice, the tax man strikes everyone except Quebec.  While here in Ontario, my TurboTax Canada software remained free of any additional tax breaks this year.

The increase roughly works out to a $300 increase per student per year, which would still leave Quebec with some of the lowest tuition rates in Canada.

The average annual cost to attend a Quebec university — $2,519 — is far lower than university tuition in other provinces.

More math as per John Robson. $2500 is 1/10th of the price of what it costs. The rest is subsidized. Across Canada, the average is twice this rate meaning student’s pay about 1/5th of the actual price of their education. And 1 in 5 Canadians go to University. This means the average Joe out there who does NOT go to university is paying the same amount towards education as someone who DOES go. How wrong is that?

So yes. Get off your asses, get off the street, get INTO the classroom, and sit down on your asses, before the rest of us collectively KICK your whiney, over-entitled asses!!

5 thoughts on “Quebec Students Complaining Can Kiss My Ass – Yes. I Said It. They Can Kiss My Ass.

  • April 20, 2012 at 9:48 am

    Well said!

  • April 20, 2012 at 10:06 am

    Typical of the self centred sniveling petulant brats they are… kick their protesting asses out of school and off the property..

  • April 20, 2012 at 10:07 am

    Well said indeed!

  • April 20, 2012 at 10:25 am

    This issue is actually far larger than just that of Quebec students complaining about tuition increases.

    Quebec as a whole , is subsidized by the rest of Canada , and the student protests only mirror the general feeling of entitlement in Quebec society.

    Expect this issue to eventually involve federal politics , with Quebec demanding more , but with waning influence in Canada , especially with the new redistribution of federal seats based on population.

  • April 20, 2012 at 11:41 am

    It won’t happen, but I’d love to see the Federal & Provincial government call in all the student loans in Quebec. Screw you guys –if you’re not going to class, you can start paying off your loans.

    Then find out who has been tossing petrol bombs, smashing windows, etc., and say…I’m sorry. You don’t qualify for student loans, bursaries, or scholarships in the future. Oh, and you’re not entitled to attend publicly funded institutions until you repay the damage you’ve done.

    But I’m just a cold-hearted conservative.

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