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Get information on scholarships, bursaries, career planning tools, debt calculation, learning plan development, on line applications and information about the student aid process in Manitoba.
The Canada Student Loans Program provides loans and grants to Canadians attending a University, College, Trade School, or Vocational School, if they need help financing their education.
Search this collection of scholarships, bursaries, and information to learn about your financing options, and how to apply for scholarships and loans.
Employment Manitoba helps unemployed persons to find jobs and provides many other related services such as; employment needs assessment, employment counselling, job referrals to the Red River Floodway Expansion Project and Northern Generating Stations, information on the labour market education and training, and access to computers for finding jobs. Employment Manitoba may also provide financial assistance for training to those who are eligible.
These information guides contain information on Canada Student loans and other assistance available to finance your postsecondary education
Manitoba taxpayers who graduate after January 1, 2007 from a post-secondary institution recognized by the Canada Revenue Agency might be eligible for Manitoba's new tuition fee income tax rebate.
The Apprenticeship Incentive Grant is a taxable cash grant of $1,000 per year for registered apprentices once they have successfully completed their first or second year/level (or equivalent) of an apprenticeship program in one of the Red Seal trades. The AIG is meant to help apprentices cover some of the expenses related to tuition, travel and tools.
CanLearn is the only online post-secondary education resource that provides Canadians with the information and services they need to decide what and where to study and how to cover the costs. The CanLearn site was developed by the Department of Human Resources and Social Development Canada in collaboration with provincial and territorial governments and Canadian learning and career development organizations.
The Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP) allows you to withdraw amounts from RRSPs to finance training or education for you or your spouse or common-law partner. You cannot use the RRSP funds to finance your children's training or education, or the training or education of your spouse or common-law partner's children
Make it Count: A Parent's Resource for Youth Money Management provides activities, tips and resources to help you incorporate youth money management into your daily routine. With five straightforward sections: out and about, lessons for life, milestones, fun with friends, and extras – having "the talk" has never been easier! You can check out everything Make it Count has to offer here on the website, or you can get the free hardcopy guide.