Recharging Ontario

Colleges are calling for candidates in the      2022 election to commit to measures to strengthen Ontario’s workforce. This will    ensure more students acquire the professional expertise to succeed and will drive Ontario’s economic renewal.

Policy priorities


climate-change

Taking action on climate change

Ontario needs a post-secondary action plan on climate change.

It should include new training to produce a more specialized workforce, capital investments to improve energy efficiency and a commitment to applied research that develops new solutions to the challenge.

Tradespeople

Promoting student wellness on campuses

Ontario has to build on its important investments in mental health.

The next government should increase the funding for front-line services on campuses and improve students' access to care.

financial report

Investing in college education

Auditor general Bonnie Lysyk has warned the colleges' fiscal situation is "risky."

The next provincial government must collaborate with colleges on a comprehensive strategy to promote the long-term sustainability of college education.

Invest in students

Putting Ontario at the forefront of innovation

College education needs to be at the leading edge of this new age of innovation.

New technology and more flexible learning will ensure Ontario's college graduates help drive greater prosperity.

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By the numbers

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locations
students
nursing/PSW students
of in-class apprenticeship students
grad employment rate
employer satisfaction rate
employment-service clients

Party platforms


Conservative

CONSERVATIVE

Green

GREEN

Liberal

LIBERAL

NDP

NDP