Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation Graduate Award Students

Here’s a look at what success truly means to some of the brightest minds in Canada. It’s incredible insight into the future aspirations of the 2017 CST Graduate Award winners as they continue their pursuit of higher education.

“A PhD in Clinical Neurosciences with a focus on stem cell therapy and spinal cord regeneration will help me to become an innovative leader in the field of medicine.” - Regan Hamel, Gladys Neale Award Recipient

Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation 2017 Scholarship Award Winner

By Clare McDonald


Some high school graduates know they want to pursue higher education but are not sure which direction to go. Other graduates are more fortunate – they know, and probably have known for years, exactly what career or line of work they want and how to go about achieving their dream. University was always my goal and I thought perhaps I would follow in my mum’s footsteps and become a teacher, however, I knew that was not my passion. I wasn’t sure what was, and wanted so badly to discover what it could be.

Do-it-yourself Halloween costumes under budget

Are you, your family and friends still trying to figure out what to wear on Halloween and cutting it scary close to fright night? Don’t worry. Here are some easy, do-it-yourself ways to create costumes for all kids, from the crib to college and beyond, that are creative and will come under budget!

Highest and lowest tuition fees in Canada

The cost of going to college and university continues to climb as the latest numbers from Statistics Canada show tuition for full-time students in undergraduate programs is, on average, $6,571 for 2017/2018. That’s an increase of 3.1% over last year when it was $6,375.

why post-secondary education is important to students

What is it really like to be a student in college or university? How can a post-secondary education help the bright minds of today, succeed tomorrow?

We spoke with Muhammad Malik, one of CST’s summer students, who is in the Accounting program at Centennial College. He tells us about the realities of student life and why he believes a having a post-secondary education is important.

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