let me preface this post with this: I dont like the sharp rises in tuition seen though out canada and the rest of the world and believe taxes should fund continued education fully rather than partially.
That being said, until education is free for everyone you should look at things comparatively. Quebec students have been on strike over their tuitions being raised to... the lowest rates in Canada! DO YOU UNDERSTAND THIS OUTRAGE! That means that in every other province's students pay more than you. The average tuition rate in Canada is $5,366 for an under grad degree, and you're outraged because you pay $2,519 a year? less than half of the average price? I understand the plight of the student, hell I am one, but I do not understand why quebec's students are in protest when Ontario's students pay (on average) $6,640 per year for their under graduate studies. (That is 263% of a Quebec student tuition per year.) I completely understand the outrage in tuition fees increasing, but the fact that Quebec's students are making a big fuss over having the lowest tuition fees in Canada just makes you look like a bunch of spoiled children.
Before you ask where I got the numbers from here is a link: http://www.statcan.gc.ca/tables-tableaux/sum-som/l01/cst01/educ50a-eng.htm