From The Link: “We think that free education is the only way to guarantee that there are no financial barriers to post-secondary education, so for us, it’s a question of social justice,” said Alex Tyrrell, who was a 25-year-old Concordia student pursuing a degree in environmental science when he was elected leader of the Greens last fall.

When asked if it’s financially feasible for the Quebec government to implement free post-secondary education, both Tyrrell and Québec solidaire candidate Manon Massé argued that their parties’ stances are not utopian.

“Free education, as with free dental care and free public transit, are really questions of priorities,” said Tyrell. “Quebec should make government services accessible to the citizens who are against the user-payer agenda.”

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