Majority (55%) of Canadian Parents Agree Their Child Would Not be Able to Attend Post-Secondary Education Without Government Support

Canadian Parents May be Leaving Money on the Table, Displaying Low Levels of Awareness of Various Government Programs

Tuesday, April 03, 2012

Toronto, ON – A majority (55%) of Canadian parents ‘agree’ (18% strongly/38% somewhat) that without government savings their child would not be able to attend post-secondary studies, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of ABC Life Literacy Canada. (For the purposes of the poll, child was used synonymously with...

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Majority (55%) of Canadian Parents Agree Their Child Would Not be Able to Attend Post-Secondary Education Without Government Support

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