Federal budget raises Ontario students' expectations for McGuinty's pre-election offering on Thursday



    TORONTO, March 19 /CNW/ - Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty delivered
$800 million in additional post-secondary funding for provinces and
territories in today's federal budget. This investment raises Ontario
students' expectations for additional post-secondary education funding in
Thursday's provincial budget, according to the Ontario Undergraduate Student
Alliance (OUSA).
    "We whole-heartedly supported Premier McGuinty's call to Ottawa for more
federal funds for higher learning," said Paris Meilleur, President of OUSA. "A
federal investment has been made; we now expect the province to deliver for
Ontario students."
    Students will be available for comment after the Ontario provincial
budget on Thursday.
    For more information on OUSA's policy and campaign activities, please
visit www.ousa.ca.

    OUSA represents the interests of over 125,000 professional and
undergraduate, full- and part-time university students at seven institutions
across the province.




For further information:

For further information: Scott Courtice, Executive Director, OUSA, (416)
341-9948; Paris Meilleur, President, OUSA, (519) 661-2111 ext. 82614

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