Everyone knows that higher education in Canada requires a significant cash outlay for tuition alone, but the size of that outlay depends on what you’re studying. From medicine to math, Brighter Life compares the average cost of one year’s tuition in Canadian colleges and universities.
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Saving for university?
The federal government will match 20% per cent of annual contributions made to a registered education savings plan (RESP) for kids up to age 17. The federal grant is capped at $500 per year and $7,200 lifetime. If you’re 18 or older, consider the benefits of a tax-free savings account (TFSA).