Ontario NDP leader encourages students to share their debt crises

Published On November 22, 2016 | By HN Staff | News

By: Lia Richardson

Ontario NDP leader, Andrew Horwath launched a new campaign this week to have students share stories on their troubles with debt.

“This is a first step in addressing the crisis of student debt in Ontario and it is an important one,” said Horwath in a media release. 

“Seemingly insurmountable student debt delays important life milestones for young people such as buying a car, owning a home, starting a family or starting a business. This makes student debt not only a burden for those who carry it, but on the provincial economy as a whole.”

The Canadian Federation of Students Ontario support the NDP’s decision to remove interest from Ontario student loans. They are willing to hear the students’ stories.

Here, you can view more statistics on student debt, loans and interest rates.

Humber also spoke with spokeswoman for Andrea Horwath, Rebecca Elming.

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