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Just over 1,955,300 students were enrolled in Canadian public postsecondary institutions during the academic year 2010/2011, a 2.7% increase from the previous year. (Full Story)
During the economic downturn in 2008 and 2009, the decline in employment at the Canada level reflected mostly net employment losses among individuals with less than a high school diploma. (Full Story)
People who have parents with a university degree remain more likely to get a university education than children whose parents do not have a degree, although the gap between the two groups has narrowed over time. (Full Story)
In 2006, close to 60% of postsecondary graduates 25 to 54 years of age considered their job to be closely related to their education. (Full Story)
As tuition fees have risen, more students have relied on student loans to help finance their postsecondary education and debt loads have gone up. This situation in turn has had an impact on individual students' financial positions after graduation.
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Just under two-thirds (63%) of the 125,000 children aged 5 to 14 with disabilities were engaged in some kind of organized sport or other physical activity in 2006, such as playing soccer, swimming or dancing. Most of these children were doing some activity at least once a week. (Full Story)
St-Georges-De-Beauce, Quebec, Canada -Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced today a second round of projects funded through the Knowledge Infrastructure Program, a component of Canada’s Economic Action Plan. The announcement was made at CEGEP Beauce-Appalaches, which is receiving additional federal funding to upgrade its facilities. (Full Story)
Canadian full-time students in undergraduate programs faced the same increase in tuition fees (+3.6%) for the 2009/2010 academic year as they did a year earlier. (Full Story)
Unemployment rate for students was one of the highest in the summer of 2009. (Full Story)
Just over 5.16 million students were enrolled in publicly funded elementary and secondary schools during the academic year 2006/2007, down 0.9% from the previous year and down 3.5% from 2000/2001. (Full Story)
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