Career colleges save Ontario taxpayers $1 billion

The Ontario Association of Career Colleges issued a press release this week highlighting the cost effective contribution career colleges make to the delivery of postsecondary education and the development of the province’s labour force.

The following press release contains a link to OACC’s response to Minister Glen Murray’s discussion paper on “Strengthening Ontario’s Centres of Creativity, Innovation, and Knowledge,” as well as data from an economic impact study commissioned by the association.

The release can be found here:



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