GOVERNMENT

SUBMISSIONS

2020

Supporting Ontario's Innovators
Supporting Ontario's Innovators

CSA Pre-Budget 2020 This document outlines the recommendations we submitted to the provincial government in their 2020 budget consultations, in which we highlight areas that college students require support.

CSA's Submission to MCU on the Reopening of Colleges
CSA's Submission to MCU on the Reopening of Colleges

This document is a written submission to the Ministry of Colleges and Universities on the reopening of colleges in the 2020/21 school year. CSA was invited to a consultation on the reopening of PSE during COVID-19 and we have outlined several areas in which college students will need support in the upcoming school year.

CSA's Digital Learning Standards
CSA's Digital Learning Standards
Fall 2020 Pre-Budget Submission
Fall 2020 Pre-Budget Submission
College Student Alliance Submission On Bill 213, Better for People, Smarter for Business Act, 2020
College Student Alliance Submission On Bill 213, Better for People, Smarter for Business Act, 2020

2019

Preparing for Progress
Preparing for Progress

College students are at the pulse of Ontario’s economic heartbeat – equipped with the training to elevate Ontario’s businesses and the ambition to drive innovation across Canada. CSA’s 2019 pre-budget recommendations prioritize students access, quality and affordability of college education. With proper investment today, college students hold the ability to create a more productive tomorrow.

2018

2018 Pre-Budget Submission
2018 Pre-Budget Submission

The following submission contains CSA’s recommendations for reform that require the most action. The implementation of these recommendations will strengthen Ontario’s PSE system for the benefit of the province’s economy and society.

2017

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2021

2021 Pre-Budget Submission
2021 Pre-Budget Submission

CSA's Pre-budget submission for the 2021 Ontario Budget, focusing on Affordability, Mental Health, Virtual Learning, Indigenous Student Supports, and College Degree Expansion.