Statistical review: Canada Student Loans Program 2014-2015

From: Employment and Social Development Canada

Official title: Canada Student Loans Program Statistical Review 2014-2015

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Introduction

Through the Canada Student Loans Program (CSLP), the Government of Canada helps to make post-secondary education (PSE) more affordable and accessible for students with a demonstrated financial need. The CSLP reduces financial barriers through the provision of loans as well as Canada Student Grants, which are upfront, non-repayable assistance to students from under-represented groups in PSE (e.g. students from low-income families and students with permanent disabilities). In meeting a student's assessed financial need, grants are awarded first, after which any remaining need is covered through Canada Student Loans (up to a loan maximum).

Over $48.7 billion in student loans have been disbursed to more than 5.3 million students since the CSLP's introduction in 1964.

The CSLP has provided approximately $5.1 billion to 2.8 million students in non-repayable grants since 1995.

The CSLP also provides assistance to student loan borrowers in repayment by making their debt load more manageable with the Repayment Assistance Plan (RAP). Under RAP, borrowers having difficulties in meeting their repayment obligations pay only what they can reasonably afford, with their contributions not exceeding 20% of their gross income.

Canada Student Loans and Canada Student Grants are available across Canada with the exception of Quebec, Nunavut and the Northwest Territories, which receive alternative payments from the federal government to administer their own student financial assistance programs.

Highlights

This issue of the Annual Statistical Review includes data up to the end of the 2014-2015 loan year (August 1, 2014 to July 31, 2015). Here are key highlights for 2014-2015:

  • Canada Student Loan for full-time borrowers: $2.7 billion was disbursed to approximately 489,000 full-time students, which is similar to the amount disbursed and the number of students benefiting in the previous year. The average full-time loan increased slightly to $5,529.
  • Canada Student Loan for part-time borrowers: $20.9 million was disbursed to approximately 12,000 part-time students. This represents an increase of 5.0% in the value of loans and a 7.4% increase in the number of borrowers since 2013-2014.
  • Canada Student Grants: $717.7 million was disbursed to approximately 366,000 students, which does not represent a significant change since 2013-2014. Of the amount disbursed, 83% was provided to students from low- and middle-income families, 13% to full- and part-time students with dependants, 12% to students with permanent disabilities and 2% to part-time students.
  • Loan balance: At the time of leaving school, the average debt load was $12,783 (up 2.4% since last year). University students had the highest debt load, whereas those from colleges had the lowest.
  • RAP: 256,000 borrowers used RAP (an increase of 9.6% since last year). Of those who entered into loan repayment in 2014-2015, 27.8% used RAP at some point in the loan year (First Year RAP Uptake Rate).

About this report

This report provides tables pertaining to the various components of the CSLP. These tables offer detailed statistics (broken down by relevant characteristics) and, in most cases, go back to the 2010-2011 loan year (i.e. providing a five-year reference period). Please note that figures may not add-up due to rounding.

1. Full-time Canada Student Loan disbursement

1.1 Number of full-time borrowers by jurisdiction

Province / Territory 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Newfoundland and Labrador 6,950 6,635 6,354 6,081 5,826
Prince Edward Island 3,326 3,307 3,280 3,115 2,900
Nova Scotia 14,835 15,351 15,790 16,637 16,311
New Brunswick 14,604 14,586 13,619 12,859 12,059
Ontario 256,692 273,614 302,355 323,200 323,232
Manitoba 8,823 9,410 9,858 9,829 9,631
Saskatchewan 11,038 11,510 11,469 11,202 11,199
Alberta 47,503 49,882 49,114 49,309 50,885
British Columbia 60,593 62,087 60,158 59,058 56,574
Yukon 211 200 170 154 164
Total 424,575 446,582 472,167 491,444 488,781

1.2 Value of full-time loans by jurisdiction ($ million)

Province / Territory 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Newfoundland and Labrador 31.1 29.9 29.9 29.0 28.0
Prince Edward Island 21.2 21.1 21.3 20.3 18.8
Nova Scotia 98.5 106.1 110.5 116.7 115.1
New Brunswick 73.2 74.1 71.7 70.4 66.4
Ontario 1,285.0 1,420.0 1,603.9 1,735.3 1,736.6
Manitoba 40.3 44.6 47.8 47.3 46.0
Saskatchewan 65.1 66.2 66.6 66.1 68.6
Alberta 252.3 275.8 269.3 274.1 285.9
British Columbia 351.0 361.9 344.5 340.5 335.7
Yukon 1.1 1.1 0.9 0.9 1.0
Total 2,218.9 2,400.7 2,566.4 2,700.7 2,702.2

1.3 Average full-time loan amount by jurisdiction ($)

Province / Territory 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Newfoundland and Labrador 4,480 4,508 4,699 4,776 4,812
Prince Edward Island 6,376 6,365 6,484 6,517 6,473
Nova Scotia 6,643 6,909 7,000 7,012 7,057
New Brunswick 5,011 5,081 5,263 5,478 5,510
Ontario 5,006 5,190 5,305 5,369 5,373
Manitoba 4,567 4,738 4,851 4,814 4,780
Saskatchewan 5,896 5,754 5,806 5,904 6,130
Alberta 5,312 5,529 5,483 5,558 5,619
British Columbia 5,793 5,829 5,726 5,765 5,933
Yukon 5,381 5,663 5,584 5,762 5,991
Overall 5,226 5,376 5,435 5,495 5,529

1.4 Number of full-time borrowers by institution type

Institution type 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
University 252,309 264,551 279,015 288,867 288,692
College 128,860 137,105 147,861 156,262 155,869
Private institution 43,406 44,926 45,291 46,315 44,220
Total 424,575 446,582 472,167 491,444 488,781

1.5 Value of full-time loans by institution type ($ million)

Institution type 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
University 1,321.7 1,430.2 1,533.8 1,611.1 1,625.6
College 576.1 632.8 692.8 739.9 742.4
Private institution 321.1 337.6 339.8 349.6 334.2
Total 2,218.9 2,400.7 2,566.4 2,700.7 2,702.2

1.6 Number of full-time borrowers by study level

Study level 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Doctorate 4,072 4,323 4,207 4,319 4,440
Master 15,212 15,522 16,187 17,186 17,481
Undergraduate 249,744 263,414 279,339 289,662 289,886
Certificate or diploma 155,547 163,323 172,434 180,277 176,974
Total 424,575 446,582 472,167 491,444 488,781

1.7 Value of full-time loans by study level ($ million)

Study level 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Doctorate 32.1 34.7 34.2 35.2 35.6
Master 109.6 113.4 119.5 127.5 129.0
Undergraduate 1,272.5 1,386.6 1,495.5 1,572.4 1,589.5
Certificate or diploma 804.7 866.0 917.2 965.6 948.2
Total 2,218.9 2,400.7 2,566.4 2,700.7 2,702.2

1.8 Number of full-time borrowers by gender

Gender 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Female 258,291 270,330 280,943 290,896 290,043
Male 166,284 176,252 191,224 200,548 198,738
Total 424,575 446,582 472,167 491,444 488,781

1.9 Value of full-time loans by gender ($ million)

Gender 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Female 1,381.8 1,488.1 1,558.9 1,631.9 1,636.8
Male 837.2 912.6 1,007.4 1,068.8 1,065.4
Total 2,218.9 2,400.7 2,566.4 2,700.7 2,702.2

1.10 Number of full-time borrowers by age group

Age group 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
21 and under 230,521 241,756 258,205 271,271 269,965
22 to 25 109,697 115,443 121,661 125,045 124,082
26 to 29 39,555 41,776 42,683 43,357 42,649
30 and over 44,802 47,607 49,618 51,771 52,085
Total 424,575 446,582 472,167 491,444 488,781

1.11 Value of full-time loans by age group ($ million)

Age group 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
21 and under 1,073.0 1,173.2 1,274.9 1,361.5 1,358.7
22 to 25 610.1 652.2 693.5 717.8 718.2
26 to 29 243.5 261.1 267.8 274.4 271.2
30 and over 292.3 314.2 330.3 347.0 354.1
Total 2,218.9 2,400.7 2,566.4 2,700.7 2,702.2

2. Part-time Canada Student Loan disbursement

2.1 Number of part-time borrowers by jurisdiction

Province / Territory 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Newfoundland and Labrador Suppressed dataFootnote 1 Suppressed dataFootnote 1 Suppressed dataFootnote 1 Suppressed dataFootnote 1 Suppressed dataFootnote 1
Prince Edward Island 81 95 90 95 68
Nova Scotia 102 119 126 137 184
New Brunswick 74 69 92 102 104
Ontario 1,642 3,602 5,168 6,261 7,023
Manitoba 203 267 327 393 361
Saskatchewan 60 73 78 82 76
Alberta 444 477 1,021 1,166 1,393
British Columbia 1,350 1,744 2,679 2,986 2,841
Yukon Suppressed dataFootnote 1 Suppressed dataFootnote 1 Suppressed dataFootnote 1 Suppressed dataFootnote 1 Suppressed dataFootnote 1
Total 3,974 6,470 9,601 11,254 12,086

2.2 Value of part-time loans by jurisdiction ($ thousand)

Province / Territory 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Newfoundland and Labrador Suppressed dataFootnote 2 Suppressed dataFootnote 2 Suppressed dataFootnote 2 Suppressed dataFootnote 2 Suppressed dataFootnote 2
Prince Edward Island 121.0 153.8 181.2 214.5 150.6
Nova Scotia 146.6 159.2 203.0 202.5 315.6
New Brunswick 85.6 108.4 175.9 174.1 160.2
Ontario 2,622.8 5,933.1 8,250.4 10,376.7 11,442.9
Manitoba 374.9 601.4 738.4 949.7 1,201.7
Saskatchewan 144.2 241.3 179.7 182.7 193.8
Alberta 724.0 739.4 1,740.7 2,099.5 2,503.7
British Columbia 2,704.3 3,248.3 5,066.7 5,660.2 4,866.2
Yukon Suppressed dataFootnote 2 Suppressed dataFootnote 2 Suppressed dataFootnote 2 Suppressed dataFootnote 2 Suppressed dataFootnote 2
Total 6,946.3 11,215.9 16,553.4 19,887.7 20,881.4

2.3 Number of part-time borrowers by institution type

Institution type 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
University 2,321 4,011 5,922 6,860 7,463
College 1,338 2,071 3,156 3,784 4,194
Private institution 315 388 523 610 429
Total 3,974 6,470 9,601 11,254 12,086

2.4 Value of part-time loans by institution type ($ thousand)

Institution type 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
University 3,634.6 6,218.2 9,302.4 11,243.6 11,853.0
College 2,189.2 3,394.3 4,861.8 5,835.0 6,740.1
Private institution 1,122.4 1,603.4 2,389.1 2,809.2 2,288.3
Total 6,946.3 11,215.9 16,553.4 19,887.8 20,881.4

2.5 Number of part-time borrowers by gender

Gender 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Female 2,665 4,159 6,201 7,202 7,542
Male 1,309 2,311 3,400 4,052 4,544
Total 3,974 6,470 9,601 11,254 12,086

2.6 Value of part-time loans by gender ($ thousand)

Gender 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Female 4,873.9 7,464.2 10,980.0 13,150.0 13,496.4
Male 2,072.3 3,751.8 5,573.3 6,737.7 7,385.0
Total 6,946.3 11,215.9 16,553.3 19,887.7 20,881.4

3. Canada Student Grant disbursement

3.1 Number and value of Canada Student Grants by grant type

Type of grants 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Number of grants Value of grants ($ million) Number of grants Value of grants ($ million) Number of grants Value of grants ($ million) Number of grants Value of grants ($ million)
Full-time studies
Students from low-income families 218,837 410.4 232,209 444.0 238,513 455.0 236,675 453.5
Students from middle-income families 89,076 65.7 93,262 70.5 95,493 72.3 95,820 72.8
Full time students with dependants 36,596 87.2 37,655 92.2 38,317 93.4 36,676 90.4
Students with permanent disabilities 22,881 42.7 26,547 50.4 29,222 55.3 31,356 59.4
Students with permanent disabilities - equipment and services 7,753 20.5 8,290 21.6 8,622 21.9 9,544 23.6
Transition grantsFootnote 3 4,365 6.2 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
Millennium Excellence AwardsFootnote 4 768 4.0 255 1.4 17 0.1 n/a n/a
Total full-time grants 380,276 636.7 398,218 680.1 410,184 697.9 410,071 699.6
Part-time studies
Part time students 8,802 9.7 13,180 14.5 14,937 16.6 15,958 17.7
Part time students with dependants 317 0.3 423 0.4 739 0.7 378 0.4
Total part-time grants 9,119 10.0 13,603 14.9 15,676 17.3 16,336 18.1
Total number of grants 389,395 646.7 411,821 695.0 425,860 715.3 426,407 717.7
Total unique grant recipients 336,173 646.7 356,894 695.0 367,603 715.3 365,832 717.7

3.2 Number of recipients and value of Canada Student Grants by jurisdiction

Province / Territory 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million)
Newfoundland and Labrador 4,394 7.9 4,215 7.5 4,063 7.5 3,879 7.6 3,665 7.4
Prince Edward Island 2,399 4.7 2,323 4.3 2,406 4.5 2,370 4.6 2,271 4.4
Nova Scotia 10,364 21.6 10,616 21.7 10,917 22.8 11,321 23.5 11,104 23.3
New Brunswick 8,584 16.0 8,448 15.6 8,199 15.9 7,919 16.1 7,418 15.2
Ontario 194,333 370.5 207,364 386.7 226,772 431.8 239,781 457.1 240,701 463.6
Manitoba 6,928 16.5 7,757 16.6 7,788 17.7 7,922 17.3 7,800 16.8
Saskatchewan 8,101 18.7 8,661 19.8 8,659 20.0 8,374 18.9 8,214 19.1
Alberta 36,247 75.7 36,573 74.2 37,647 76.4 36,559 73.6 37,515 76.1
British Columbia 47,463 91.4 49,284 95.8 50,036 96.7 49,336 96.1 47,009 91.7
Yukon 179 0.5 164 0.4 152 0.3 125 0.3 135 0.3
TotalFootnote 5 318,992 623.5 335,405 642.7 356,639 693.6 367,586 715.2 365,832 717.7

3.3 Number of recipients and value of Canada Student Grants by institution type

Institution type 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million)
University 202,460 376.0 212,772 397.1 217,274 404.2 216,101 407.7
College 109,498 218.7 118,574 241.6 124,207 253.3 124,758 254.9
Private institution 24,215 52.0 25,548 56.2 26,106 57.6 24,974 55.1
Total 336,173 646.7 356,894 695.0 367,586 715.2 365,832 717.7

3.4 Number and value of full-time grants for students from low-income families by jurisdictionFootnote 6

Province / Territory 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million)
Newfoundland and Labrador 2,865 5.3 2,756 5.1 2,605 4.9 2,537 4.8
Prince Edward Island 1,253 2.5 1,223 2.4 1,172 2.3 1,088 2.2
Nova Scotia 6,442 13.0 6,651 13.6 6,904 14.0 6,823 13.9
New Brunswick 5,191 9.6 5,109 9.6 4,951 9.6 4,727 9.0
Ontario 135,956 250.9 148,342 281.3 156,746 296.4 156,432 298.0
Manitoba 4,999 8.9 5,153 10.3 5,260 10.3 5,217 10.2
Saskatchewan 5,477 10.7 5,557 10.9 5,287 10.3 5,190 10.3
Alberta 23,277 45.5 23,447 46.0 22,642 44.3 23,230 45.2
British Columbia 33,268 63.8 33,864 64.6 32,863 62.7 31,343 59.8
Yukon 109 0.2 107 0.2 83 0.2 88 0.2
Total 218,837 410.4 232,209 444.0 238,513 455.0 236,675 453.5

3.5 Number and value of full-time grants for students from middle-income families by jurisdictionFootnote 7

Province / Territory 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million)
Newfoundland and Labrador 1,130 0.8 1,038 0.8 939 0.7 809 0.6
Prince Edward Island 694 0.6 687 0.5 650 0.5 585 0.5
Nova Scotia 3,328 2.7 3,380 2.7 3,519 2.9 3,387 2.7
New Brunswick 2,600 1.9 2,391 1.8 2,225 1.7 2,041 1.6
Ontario 56,274 41.0 60,916 45.9 63,512 47.9 64,820 49.2
Manitoba 1,636 1.1 1,742 1.4 1,826 1.4 1,809 1.4
Saskatchewan 2,422 1.9 2,409 1.8 2,435 1.9 2,334 1.8
Alberta 10,081 7.8 10,108 7.9 9,722 7.6 9,775 7.5
British Columbia 10,867 7.9 10,551 7.7 10,630 7.7 10,228 7.5
Yukon 44 0.04 40 0.03 35 0.0 32 0.0
Total 89,076 65.7 93,262 70.5 95,493 72.3 95,820 72.8

3.6 Number and value of full-time grants for students with permanent disabilities by jurisdiction

Province / Territory 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million)
Newfoundland and Labrador 253 0.5 283 0.5 377 0.7 360 0.7
Prince Edward Island Suppressed dataFootnote 8 Suppressed dataFootnote 8 Suppressed dataFootnote 8 Suppressed dataFootnote 8 Suppressed dataFootnote 8 Suppressed dataFootnote 8 Suppressed dataFootnote 8 Suppressed dataFootnote 8
Nova Scotia 1,122 2.2 1,275 2.5 1,331 2.6 1,338 2.6
New Brunswick 526 0.9 553 1.0 676 1.2 699 1.2
Ontario 15,140 27.8 17,797 33.3 19,798 37.0 21,458 40.3
Manitoba 374 0.7 420 0.8 412 0.8 416 0.8
Saskatchewan 750 1.4 806 1.6 815 1.6 889 1.7
Alberta 1,705 3.3 2,141 4.2 2,242 4.4 2,481 4.9
British Columbia 2,835 5.6 3,068 6.1 3,341 6.6 3,466 6.8
Yukon Suppressed dataFootnote 8 Suppressed dataFootnote 8 Suppressed dataFootnote 8 Suppressed dataFootnote 8 Suppressed dataFootnote 8 Suppressed dataFootnote 8 Suppressed dataFootnote 8 Suppressed dataFootnote 8
Total 22,881 42.7 26,547 50.4 29,222 55.3 31,356 59.4

3.7 Number and value of full-time grants for students with dependants by jurisdiction

Province / Territory 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million) Number of recipients Value of grants ($ million)
Newfoundland and Labrador 338 0.6 358 0.7 343 0.7 323 0.7
Prince Edward Island 161 0.4 152 0.3 157 0.4 143 0.3
Nova Scotia 927 2.3 916 2.2 953 2.3 923 2.3
New Brunswick 930 1.9 932 1.9 862 1.7 769 1.6
Ontario 21,400 50.7 22,800 55.9 23,874 58.5 22,668 56.3
Manitoba 1,384 3.4 1,412 3.7 1,330 3.4 1,199 3.1
Saskatchewan 1,549 4.2 1,473 4.1 1,445 4.0 1,349 3.8
Alberta 5,031 12.5 5,228 13.1 5,066 12.3 5,419 13.2
British Columbia 4,850 11.2 4,363 10.2 4,268 9.9 3,861 8.9
Yukon 26 0.1 21 0.1 19 0.0 22 0.0
Total 36,596 87.2 37,655 92.2 38,317 93.4 36,676 90.4

4. Average loan balance at time of leaving school for full-time students

4.1 Average loan balance at time of leaving school by jurisdiction ($)

Province / Territory 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Newfoundland and Labrador 12,206 11,611 11,683 11,320 11,001
Prince Edward Island 16,892 16,375 16,836 16,823 16,741
Nova Scotia 16,282 15,864 15,979 16,602 16,534
New Brunswick 12,821 12,438 12,374 12,614 12,916
Ontario 11,882 11,865 12,056 12,240 12,657
Manitoba 9,497 9,088 9,059 8,972 9,263
Saskatchewan 14,195 13,644 13,207 13,389 13,750
Alberta 11,598 11,554 11,748 11,853 11,975
British Columbia 12,911 12,780 13,042 13,328 13,477
Yukon 11,556 11,868 12,879 12,239 10,968
Overall 12,281 12,155 12,314 12,480 12,783

4.2 Average loan balance at time of leaving school by institution type ($)

Institution type 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
University 15,577 15,416 15,548 15,655 15,989
Colleges 9,104 8,975 9,143 9,452 9,794
Private institution 10,044 10,243 10,635 10,739 11,082
Overall 12,281 12,155 12,314 12,480 12,783

4.3 Average loan balance at time of leaving school by study level ($)

Study level 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Doctorate 25,730 26,596 27,502 28,463 29,289
Master 19,383 19,806 20,112 20,366 20,531
Undergraduate 15,136 14,912 15,020 15,144 15,478
Certificate or diploma 9,006 8,948 9,136 9,317 9,626
Overall 12,281 12,155 12,314 12,480 12,783

4.4 Distribution of average loan balance at time of leaving school by amount

Average loan amount ranges 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Less than $5,000 22% 25% 24% 24% 23%
$5,000-$9,999 30% 30% 30% 29% 29%
$10,000-$19,999 27% 27% 27% 27% 27%
$20,000-$29,999 13% 12% 12% 12% 13%
$30,000 and over 8% 7% 7% 7% 8%

5. Repayment Assistance Plan (RAP)

5.1 Number of RAP recipients by RAP type and jurisdiction

Province / Territory 2013-2014 2014-2015
Stage 1Footnote 9 Stage 2Footnote 10 PDFootnote 11 Total Stage 1 Stage 2 PD Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 3,639 501 124 4,264 3,565 654 170 4,389
Prince Edward Island 1,690 Suppressed dataFootnote 12 Suppressed dataFootnote 12 1,889 1,667 Suppressed dataFootnote 12 Suppressed dataFootnote 12 1,943
Nova Scotia 9,535 905 663 11,103 9,954 1,222 807 11,983
New Brunswick 10,406 1398 432 12,236 10,457 1,859 500 12,816
Ontario 123,962 10,336 9,370 143,668 133,697 13,323 11,470 158,490
Manitoba 3,063 226 195 3,484 3,324 291 211 3,826
Saskatchewan 3,109 377 401 3,887 3,246 453 466 4,165
Alberta 15,590 823 611 17,024 18,060 1,140 751 19,951
British Columbia 31,956 2,341 1,746 36,043 33,216 3,264 2,041 38,521
Yukon 78 Suppressed dataFootnote 12 Suppressed dataFootnote 12 86 70 Suppressed dataFootnote 12 Suppressed dataFootnote 12 80
Total 203,028 17,041 13,615 233,684 217,256 22,391 16,517 256,164

5.2 Number of RAP recipients by institution type

Institution type 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
University 83,125 91,637 102,240 110,088
College 64,797 73,978 83,505 93,377
Private institution 36,891 43,164 47,939 52,699
Total 184,813 208,779 233,684 256,164

5.3 Number of RAP recipients by RAP stage and payment type

RAP stage 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Stage 1 Zero payment 148,126 163,424 178,479 189,208
Affordable payment 18,932 21,418 24,549 28,048
Total 167,058 184,843 203,028 217,256
Stage 2 Zero payment 6,728 10,051 13,613 17,985
Affordable payment 1,573 2,478 3,428 4,406
Total 8,301 12,528 17,041 22,391
Permanent Disability (PD) Zero payment 8,234 9,912 11,795 14,412
Affordable payment 1,220 1,496 1,820 2,105
Total 9,454 11,408 13,615 16,517
All stages Zero payment 163,088 183,387 203,887 221,605
Affordable payment 21,725 25,392 29,797 34,559
Total 184,813 208,779 233,684 256,164

5.4 First Year RAP uptake rate by jurisdictionFootnote 13

Province / Territory 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Number of borrowers entering repayment Number of Borrowers on RAP during the 1st year in repayment RAP uptake rate Number of borrowers entering repayment Number of borrowers on RAP during the 1st year in repayment RAP uptake rate Number of borrowers entering repayment Number of borrowers on RAP during the 1st year in repayment RAP uptake rate Number of borrowers entering repayment Number of borrowers on RAP during the 1st year in repayment RAP uptake rate
Newfound-land and Labrador 3,635 802 22.1% 3,432 753 21.9% 3,340 787 23.6% 3,190 757 23.7%
Prince Edward Island 1,405 356 25.3% 1,449 390 26.9% 1,454 408 28.1% 1,407 397 28.2%
Nova Scotia 6,896 2,149 31.2% 7,101 2,329 32.8% 7,145 2,364 33.1% 7,473 2,502 33.5%
New Brunswick 6,984 2,298 32.9% 6,772 2,267 33.5% 6,427 2,317 36.1% 6,232 2,181 35.0%
Ontario 103,489 28,965 28.0% 109,270 32,557 29.8% 118,452 34,960 29.5% 124,131 36,665 29.5%
Manitoba 4,834 771 15.9% 5,046 861 17.1% 5,131 792 15.4% 5,136 835 16.3%
Saskatchewan 5,078 710 14.0% 5,369 738 13.7% 5,204 857 16.5% 4,908 837 17.1%
Alberta 21,013 3,442 16.4% 22,237 3,974 17.9% 23,429 4,675 20.0% 23,445 4,964 21.2%
British Columbia 29,257 6,925 23.7% 29,611 8,056 27.2% 27,932 7,548 27.0% 27,711 7,507 27.1%
Yukon 107 14 13.1% 116 19 16.4% 99 19 19.2% 99 15 15.2%
TotalFootnote 14 182,704 46,434 25.4% 190,410 51,944 27.3% 198,613 54,727 27.6% 203,732 56,660 27.8%

6. Canada Student Loans forgiveness

6.1 Doctors and Nurses Loan Forgiveness

6.1.1 Doctors and nurses loan forgiveness by profession for the 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 fiscal yearsFootnote 15

Profession 2013-2014 2014-2015
Number of recipients Amount of loans forgiven ($ thousand) Number of recipients Amount of loans forgiven ($ thousand)
Family doctor 45 348.4 97 757.5
Family medicine resident 89 706.0 222 1,738.4
Licensed practical nurse 298 1,161.8 479 1,813.4
Registered practical nurse 142 547.3 255 952.6
Registered psychiatric nurse 51 204.0 86 338.4
Nurse practitioner 11 44.0 22 83.3
Registered nurse 1,099 4,314.7 1,836 7,106.1
Total 1,735 7,326.2 2,997 12,789.8

6.1.2 Doctors and nurses loan forgiveness by province/territory of work for the 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 fiscal yearsFootnote 16

Province/Territory of work 2013-2014 2014-2015
Number of recipients Amount of loans  forgiven ($ thousand) Number of recipients Amount of loans forgiven ($ thousand)
Newfoundland and Labrador 103 471.9 159 776.4
Prince Edward Island 38 164.9 61 269.2
Nova Scotia 161 682.7 302 1,252.7
New Brunswick 109 478.9 152 633.9
Quebec Suppressed dataFootnote 17 Suppressed dataFootnote 17 Suppressed dataFootnote 17 Suppressed dataFootnote 17
Ontario 350 1,436.5 678 2,894.6
Manitoba 75 326.5 130 570.1
Saskatchewan 151 680.6 241 1,061.6
Alberta 249 1,044.6 472 1,971.1
British Columbia 439 1,798.3 709 2,962.9
Yukon Suppressed dataFootnote 17 Suppressed dataFootnote 17 Suppressed dataFootnote 17 Suppressed dataFootnote 17
Northwest Territories & Nunavut 38 152.7 54 239.3
Total 1,735 7,326.2 2,997 12,789.8

6.2 Severe permanent disability benefit recipients by loan yearFootnote 18

Loan year Number of recipients Total value of loans forgiven ($ thousand) Average value of loans forgiven ($)
2010-2011 298 3,897 13,077
2011-2012 418 6,422 15,363
2012-2013 494 10,998 22,263
2013-2014 550 8,150 15,093
2014-2015 545 8,007 14,691

7. Three-year default rates for direct loans

7.1 Three-year default rates for direct loans by jurisdictionFootnote 19

Province / Territory 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014
Newfoundland and Labrador 14% 14% 10% 10% 9%
Prince Edward Island 17% 15% 13% 13% 10%
Nova Scotia 16% 14% 13% 13% 11%
New Brunswick 15% 15% 14% 13% 10%
Ontario 15% 15% 13% 12% 11%
Manitoba 15% 13% 13% 12% 11%
Saskatchewan 13% 12% 11% 11% 10%
Alberta 13% 14% 13% 12% 11%
British Columbia 16% 14% 13% 11% 10%
Yukon 17% 12% n/a n/a 11%
Overall 15% 14% 13% 12% 11%

7.2 Three-year default rates for direct loans by institution type

Institution type 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014
University 10% 10% 9% 8% 7%
College 18% 17% 16% 14% 13%
Private institution 29% 26% 24% 22% 21%
Overall 15% 14% 13% 12% 11%

7.3 Three-year default rates for direct loans by province and institution type (2013-2014)Footnote 20

Province / Territory Institution type
University College Private institution
Newfoundland and Labrador 5% 10% 19%
Prince Edward Island 6% 16% 24%
Nova Scotia 7% 13% 21%
New Brunswick 7% 13% 17%
Ontario 7% 14% 23%
Manitoba 8% 10% 16%
Saskatchewan 7% 14% 20%
Alberta 6% 8% 25%
British Columbia 7% 10% 17%
Yukon n/a n/a n/a
Overall 7% 13% 21%

8. Canada Student Loan portfolio

8.1 Canada Student Loan portfolio by loan regime at the end of fiscal year ($ million)Footnote 21

End of fiscal yearFootnote 22 Guaranteed loans Risk shared loans Direct loans Total
In study In repayment In study In repayment In study In repayment In study In repayment Total portfolio
2010 5.0 45.5 63.2 1,959.3 5,233.7 5,720.6 5,301.9 7,725.3 13,027.2
2011 3.3 31.8 42.9 1,695.2 5,529.2 6,264.9 5,575.4 7,991.9 13,567.3
2012 2.3 22.2 30.4 1,476.5 5,894.1 6,803.4 5,926.9 8,302.1 14,229.0
2013 1.6 15.4 19.4 1,310.4 6,272.3 7,363.7 6,293.3 8,689.5 14,982.8
2014 1.4 10.1 13.0 1,180.0 6,649.8 7,845.7 6,664.2 9,035.8 15,699.9
2015 1.1 6.8 9.3 1,076.9 6,877.7 8,445.7 6,888.2 9,529.4 16,417.5

8.2 Number of direct loan borrowers by loan status at the end of loan year

End of loan year In study In repayment Total number of borrowers
Current RAP Delinquency Total in repayment
2010 439,932 461,466 69,556 63,523 594,545 1,034,477
2011 462,542 488,513 74,748 73,168 636,429 1,098,971
2012 481,111 510,610 94,424 64,438 669,472 1,150,583
2013 502,141 520,147 118,250 67,538 705,935 1,208,076
2014 517,187 547,437 133,504 62,538 743,479 1,260,666
2015 519,004 554,955 159,336 59,301 773,592 1,292,596

8.3 Amount of direct loan portfolio by loan status at the end of loan year ($million)

End of loan year In study In repayment Total amount of loan portfolio
Current RAP Delinquency Total in repayment
2010 4,991.8 3,896.6 1,141.7 686.7 5,724.9 10,716.7
2011 5,248.3 4,193.3 1,250.6 812.1 6,256.0 11,504.3
2012 5,575.8 4,380.2 1,613.8 674.6 6,668.6 12,244.4
2013 5,923.7 4,534.0 1,972.9 695.7 7,202.6 13,126.3
2014 6,251.7 4,852.8 2,258.0 665.2 7,776.1 14,027.7
2015 6,473.4 5,022.7 2,700.1 638.1 8,360.9 14,834.3

9. Historical data: Canada Student Loans disbursement

9.1 Number of full-time borrowers by jurisdiction since 1964Footnote 23

Loan year Canada Newfound-land and Labrador Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia New Brunswick Ontario Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta British Columbia Yukon
1964-1965 42,113 737 437 2,513 2,027 21,920 2,272 2,992 4,519 4,675 12
1965-1966 53,702 1,392 1,100 3,943 3,170 21,368 3,523 4,965 6,439 7,770 22
1966-1967 67,401 1,488 881 5,029 3,939 27,640 4,183 6,210 8,245 9,753 21
1967-1968 94,758 1,980 969 6,387 5,766 45,225 4,694 7,726 10,716 11,270 14
1968-1969 103,735 2,176 958 6,640 6,178 52,165 4,694 8,015 12,878 10,000 22
1969-1970 128,070 5,051 1,242 9,248 7,613 62,761 5,584 10,203 17,565 8,768 22
1970-1971 126,567 5,371 1,630 9,155 7,605 60,523 4,597 9,757 19,308 8,585 27
1971-1972 133,501 7,903 2,000 9,897 8,504 63,549 5,430 10,012 17,286 8,869 35
1972-1973 132,012 7,553 1,869 9,966 8,440 66,390 5,710 9,361 15,462 7,208 22
1973-1974 137,150 7,933 1,649 9,243 8,524 69,510 6,155 8,205 15,577 10,289 30
1974-1975 151,349 7,828 1,560 9,579 7,653 79,340 7,267 6,901 14,703 16,421 42
1975-1976 144,893 4,529 1,494 9,505 6,591 80,708 7,527 5,317 12,761 16,318 72
1976-1977 140,870 4,795 1,395 9,201 6,210 77,823 7,052 4,886 13,283 16,103 75
1977-1978 114,827 4,583 1,281 8,111 6,135 56,063 5,569 5,334 12,568 15,031 90
1978-1979 122,438 4,106 1,207 7,577 6,121 66,313 4,613 5,322 12,177 14,870 78
1979-1980 118,374 4,390 1,143 7,720 6,067 63,412 4,181 4,637 12,139 14,544 91
1980-1981 128,362 4,906 1,228 7,955 6,404 70,963 4,224 4,933 13,476 14,130 86
1981-1982 138,539 5,432 1,442 8,962 6,981 74,537 5,390 5,211 15,530 14,886 120
1982-1983 172,506 7,829 1,688 10,179 8,777 93,874 7,237 6,400 16,051 20,339 122
1983-1984 196,154 7,183 1,873 11,403 9,911 104,451 8,439 7,819 25,589 19,332 146
1984-1985 207,184 8,240 1,992 12,378 10,275 105,028 9,722 8,083 33,331 17,936 192
1985-1986 217,746 10,333 2,143 12,829 11,219 101,713 10,842 9,234 38,438 20,794 188
1986-1987 234,164 11,843 2,272 13,547 11,241 101,332 11,329 14,032 45,256 23,095 201
1987-1988 222,370 10,840 2,294 13,000 11,445 91,995 12,013 14,596 39,568 26,413 190
1988-1989 203,047 10,303 2,070 12,779 10,917 83,868 11,596 14,360 35,698 21,247 209
1989-1990 215,034 10,588 2,484 13,361 11,707 87,999 10,752 14,961 36,637 26,379 166
1990-1991 240,543 12,960 2,451 14,957 13,040 100,623 11,801 15,306 37,193 31,911 301
1991-1992 268,305 12,132 2,399 14,674 13,472 128,270 11,707 15,480 35,513 34,292 366
1992-1993 281,312 11,740 2,211 13,905 13,427 139,299 12,066 16,280 36,649 35,350 385
1993-1994 304,942 11,936 2,132 14,165 12,775 162,794 10,305 15,479 38,305 36,685 366
1994-1995 315,670 12,478 2,065 13,430 10,422 180,644 9,629 14,663 32,656 39,397 286
1995-1996 324,165 15,236 2,107 14,608 9,455 178,771 9,199 13,705 37,439 43,361 284
1996-1997 343,224 18,717 2,169 16,201 13,437 185,297 9,208 12,951 38,900 46,103 241
1997-1998 350,774 18,796 2,312 16,748 14,127 188,108 9,488 13,051 36,973 50,904 267
1998-1999 336,342 17,645 2,650 17,463 14,448 177,451 9,957 13,865 36,141 46,493 229
1999-2000 335,103 14,842 2,306 16,553 13,782 169,990 10,558 15,203 39,683 51,918 268
2000-2001 343,588 15,953 3,047 16,903 15,708 158,256 10,860 16,358 43,294 62,953 256
2001-2002 328,674 13,912 3,068 17,234 15,614 145,287 10,267 16,246 42,323 64,467 256
2002-2003 328,991 12,554 3,238 16,945 15,439 148,195 9,930 15,392 42,052 64,993 253
2003-2004 340,203 11,541 3,385 16,697 15,902 159,684 9,649 15,163 42,501 65,425 256
2004-2005 337,256 10,395 3,280 16,044 15,434 167,354 9,180 14,132 41,422 59,764 251
2005-2006 343,638 9,640 3,239 15,895 15,918 182,016 9,305 13,245 37,844 56,306 230
2006-2007 343,261 8,887 3,206 15,477 15,676 192,875 8,496 12,346 33,779 52,298 221
2007-2008 352,708 8,570 3,297 15,137 15,446 207,694 8,212 11,000 33,183 49,966 203
2008-2009 365,363 7,646 3,286 15,158 14,943 219,632 7,871 9,688 35,356 51,570 213
2009-2010 401,734 7,382 3,286 14,631 14,727 243,515 8,213 9,708 42,006 58,066 200
2010-2011 424,575 6,950 3,326 14,835 14,604 256,692 8,823 11,038 47,503 60,593 211
2011-2012 446,582 6,635 3,307 15,351 14,586 273,614 9,410 11,510 49,882 62,087 200
2012-2013 472,167 6,354 3,280 15,790 13,619 302,355 9,858 11,469 49,114 60,158 170
2013-2014 491,444 6,081 3,115 16,637 12,859 323,200 9,829 11,202 49,309 59,058 154
2014-2015 488,781 5,826 2,900 16,311 12,059 323,232 9,631 11,199 50,885 56,574 164

9.2 Value of full-time loans by jurisdiction since 1964 ($ million)Footnote 24

Loan year Canada Newfoundland and Labrador Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia New Brunswick Ontario Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta British Columbia Yukon
1964-1965 26.7 0.5 0.3 1.8 1.4 14.4 1.4 1.9 2.1 3.1 0.01
1965-1966 34.6 0.9 0.4 2.9 2.3 14.6 2.2 3.4 3.1 4.8 0.02
1966-1967 40.5 0.8 0.6 3.3 3.0 14.4 2.8 4.5 4.4 6.6 0.02
1967-1968 57.3 1.1 0.7 4.3 4.2 23.6 3.2 5.8 6.3 8.0 0.01
1968-1969 63.9 1.5 0.8 5.1 4.8 26.6 3.4 6.4 8.1 7.3 0.02
1969-1970 78.1 3.1 0.9 7.0 5.4 31.8 4.3 8.4 10.5 6.6 0.02
1970-1971 86.1 4.9 1.4 7.9 6.5 32.3 3.4 8.5 14.3 6.8 0.02
1971-1972 87.5 5.5 1.6 8.8 6.7 33.5 4.1 7.3 13.8 6.1 0.03
1972-1973 102.3 6.7 2.1 10.2 7.5 45.1 3.7 6.8 14.9 5.3 0.02
1973-1974 108.7 5.2 1.9 10.8 6.9 50.8 4.5 6.1 15.2 7.2 0.03
1974-1975 121.0 4.4 1.8 11.8 7.3 60.1 5.5 5.4 14.9 9.7 0.04
1975-1976 148.3 4.3 2.0 13.1 8.9 74.4 6.3 5.4 18.1 15.7 0.11
1976-1977 160.9 4.8 2.1 12.6 7.9 80.4 10.0 5.2 18.6 19.2 0.12
1977-1978 134.6 4.4 1.7 10.9 8.0 57.7 8.0 7.2 17.6 19.0 0.14
1978-1979 147.9 4.8 1.7 10.7 8.2 70.2 6.9 7.6 18.0 19.6 0.13
1979-1980 142.7 4.9 1.6 11.1 8.5 65.9 6.5 6.5 17.7 19.8 0.15
1980-1981 162.1 5.9 1.8 11.6 9.0 80.2 6.7 7.0 19.8 19.9 0.14
1981-1982 199.9 7.0 2.3 13.7 10.1 99.8 9.9 7.7 25.4 23.6 0.20
1982-1983 280.3 10.8 2.8 18.6 15.3 144.3 13.6 10.5 30.3 34.1 0.20
1983-1984 454.9 13.7 4.1 30.4 21.8 224.9 25.0 18.0 67.9 48.7 0.37
1984-1985 526.7 22.3 4.6 34.4 24.2 247.1 30.8 18.4 95.5 48.9 0.48
1985-1986 576.9 29.8 5.1 35.8 31.2 239.8 35.6 24.6 114.5 60.0 0.54
1986-1987 621.0 35.9 5.7 39.9 33.2 231.2 37.6 39.6 126.1 71.1 0.55
1987-1988 612.0 33.9 5.8 39.5 34.4 200.0 40.4 47.3 120.6 89.6 0.56
1988-1989 551.0 31.1 5.3 39.3 32.9 183.0 39.3 47.0 108.4 64.0 0.65
1989-1990 599.2 32.1 6.9 40.9 35.8 201.5 36.0 48.9 112.0 84.6 0.52
1990-1991 665.8 36.4 6.1 43.6 39.2 238.1 38.8 48.6 114.1 100.1 0.83
1991-1992 797.2 34.2 6.1 44.9 41.7 351.2 38.8 52.3 112.2 114.9 0.93
1992-1993 846.6 35.9 6.4 42.9 42.4 395.7 35.3 56.3 117.9 113.1 0.78
1993-1994 986.7 38.0 6.1 42.7 44.1 511.7 35.5 50.7 127.1 129.5 1.10
1994-1995 1,214.6 54.1 7.5 51.2 33.0 681.9 35.5 56.3 117.2 176.9 0.90
1995-1996 1,340.0 74.1 8.4 51.1 29.3 741.6 35.7 54.9 140.7 202.9 1.20
1996-1997 1,583.9 91.5 13.4 62.8 82.5 880.8 30.6 56.1 147.6 217.5 1.20
1997-1998 1,567.8 86.1 11.4 62.8 79.7 856.0 37.1 57.5 133.3 243.0 1.00
1998-1999 1,557.2 88.8 11.9 94.7 67.6 817.3 38.2 67.3 146.9 223.4 1.02
1999-2000 1,549.6 70.0 10.1 90.2 61.9 780.9 44.3 72.8 170.5 247.7 1.11
2000-2001 1,564.7 69.5 13.5 90.7 77.6 704.5 46.9 78.2 184.2 298.6 1.20
2001-2002 1,507.4 61.3 16.1 92.9 77.7 643.7 44.5 79.0 181.3 309.5 1.28
2002-2003 1,544.7 56.2 17.0 92.5 77.9 664.6 43.4 74.5 187.3 330.0 1.27
2003-2004 1,643.0 52.0 17.9 92.6 82.5 734.5 44.1 76.0 200.1 342.0 1.28
2004-2005 1,628.8 46.5 17.3 88.8 80.0 768.9 41.5 71.3 198.9 314.4 1.24
2005-2006 1,935.0 49.3 21.2 107.1 88.8 971.2 48.7 80.8 215.0 351.5 1.41
2006-2007 1,927.1 45.7 22.6 102.6 91.4 1,034.9 44.3 74.0 189.4 320.9 1.35
2007-2008 2,012.5 43.9 24.6 102.1 88.2 1,146.0 43.1 66.0 190.5 306.9 1.19
2008-2009 2,077.8 39.7 21.7 101.7 83.2 1,210.0 41.3 58.8 204.8 315.3 1.33
2009-2010 2,083.2 33.3 21.0 97.5 74.3 1,208.8 36.4 56.1 216.5 338.3 1.07
2010-2011 2,218.9 31.1 21.2 98.5 73.2 1,285.0 40.3 65.1 252.3 351.0 1.14
2011-2012 2,400.7 29.9 21.1 106.1 74.1 1,420.0 44.6 66.2 275.8 361.9 1.13
2012-2013 2,566.4 29.9 21.3 110.5 71.7 1,603.9 47.8 66.6 269.3 344.5 0.95
2013-2014 2,700.7 29.0 20.3 116.7 70.4 1,735.3 47.3 66.1 274.1 340.5 0.89
2014-2015 2,702.2 28.0 18.8 115.1 66.4 1,736.6 46.0 68.6 285.9 335.7 0.98
Total 48,747.8 1,534.8 449.0 2,538.8 2,044.4 25,4670.8 1,381.0 1,985.5 5,670.8 7,136.8 32.9

9.3 Number and value of part-time loans since 1987

Loan year Number of borrowers Value of loans ($ million)
1987-1988 620 0.9
1988-1989 320 0.5
1989-1990 730 1.2
1990-1991 803 1.4
1991-1992 757 1.3
1992-1993 1,280 2.6
1993-1994 1,414 3.0
1994-1995 2,112 5.9
1995-1996 1,887 5.4
1996-1997 1,859 5.4
1997-1998 3,205 7.7
1998-1999 3,128 7.8
1999-2000 1,302 3.5
2000-2001 2,980 5.5
2001-2002 2,867 4.9
2002-2003 2,772 4.6
2003-2004 2,779 4.7
2004-2005 2,572 4.6
2005-2006 2,127 3.8
2006-2007 1,863 3.5
2007-2008 1,436 2.8
2008-2009 1,425 2.9
2009-2010 2,698 4.6
2010-2011 3,974 7.0
2011-2012 6,470 11.2
2012-2013 9,601 16.6
2013-2014 11,254 19.9
2014-2015 12,086 20.9

10. Historical data: Canada Student Grants disbursement

10.1 Number of grant recipients by jurisdiction since 2000

Loan year Canada Newfound-land and Labrador Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia New Brunswick Ontario Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta British Columbia Yukon
Canada Study GrantsFootnote 25
2000-2001 55,830 1,242 343 1,389 1,174 26,375 1,037 3,609 6,441 13,636 34
2001-2002 48,730 977 354 1,541 1,643 23,440 1,088 2,387 6,206 11,054 40
2002-2003 55,625 703 425 1,598 1,383 25,259 1,317 2,727 6,443 15,732 38
2003-2004 53,272 1,245 295 1,703 1,701 22,107 1,428 2,236 6,977 15,528 52
2004-2005 53,404 588 296 1,548 1,419 24,384 1,434 3,342 6,589 13,762 42
2005-2006 49,500 481 308 2,280 1,311 25,833 1,482 2,754 5,574 9,442 35
2006-2007 47,853 559 288 1,437 1,275 26,632 1,194 2,489 4,385 9,551 43
2007-2008 40,402 523 363 1,343 1,539 21,787 1,079 1,955 3,999 7,785 29
2008-2009 42,489 482 410 1,411 1,195 23,128 1,074 1,707 4,054 8,997 31
Canada Access GrantsFootnote 26
2005-2006 31,882 664 11 1,760 39 21,684 718 1,120 2,026 3,848 12
2006-2007 39,515 1,073 363 1,842 1,881 26,674 737 1,128 1,867 3,942 8
2007-2008 40,279 1,034 505 1,916 1,088 28,373 748 1,042 1,935 3,632 6
2008-2009 41,757 816 317 1,818 415 30,855 758 920 1,780 4,065 13
Canada Student Grants
2009-2010 295,114 4,823 2,305 10,184 8,592 181,270 6,272 7,270 30,696 43,542 160
2010-2011 318,992 4,394 2,399 10,364 8,584 194,333 6,928 8,101 36,247 47,463 179
2011-2012 335,405 4,215 2,323 10,616 8,448 207,364 7,757 8,661 36,573 49,284 164
2012-2013  356,639 4,063 2,406 10,917 8,199 226,772 7,788 8,659 37,647 50,036 152
2013-2014 367,586 3,879 2,370 11,321 7,919 239,781 7,922 8,374 36,559 49,336 125
2014-2015 365,832 3,665 2,271 11,104 7,418 240,701 7,800 8,214 37,515 47,009 135

10.2 Value of grants by jurisdiction since 2000 ($ million)

Loan year Canada Newfound-land and Labrador Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia New Brunswick Ontario Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta British Columbia Yukon
Canada Study GrantsFootnote 27
2000-2001 81.1 1.6 0.5 2.3 2.3 37.8 1.7 5.1 8.4 21.4 0.1
2001-2002 67.4 1.3 0.4 2.6 2.3 33.7 1.7 5.3 8.2 11.8 0.1
2002-2003 75.5 1.1 0.6 3.0 2.1 36.1 2.0 5.2 9.0 16.6 0.1
2003-2004 76.8 1.0 0.4 3.7 2.4 36.0 2.2 5.5 10.1 15.3 0.1
2004-2005 83.9 0.9 0.5 3.0 2.4 38.2 2.3 5.6 9.9 21.0 0.1
2005-2006 79.5 0.6 0.5 3.3 2.3 41.3 2.5 4.5 9.0 15.5 0.1
2006-2007 72.9 0.9 0.4 3.0 2.4 38.5 2.0 4.3 7.7 13.6 0.1
2007-2008 69.8 0.8 0.5 2.9 2.4 38.0 1.9 3.7 7.7 11.9 0.0
2008-2009 72.9 0.7 0.5 2.5 2.2 40.6 1.8 3.1 7.9 13.4 0.1
Canada Access GrantsFootnote 28
2005-2006 58.9 1.0 0.0 3.9 0.1 38.6 1.2 2.4 4.0 7.7 0.02
2006-2007 68.8 0.9 0.7 4.0 3.8 45.4 1.1 2.3 3.6 6.9 0.02
2007-2008 72.0 0.9 1.1 4.0 2.3 50.0 1.2 2.2 3.9 6.6 0.01
2008-2009 74.7 0.8 0.7 3.7 0.8 55.0 1.2 1.9 3.6 7.0 0.03
Canada Student Grants
2009-2010 593.2 8.8 4.7 21.4 16.6 354.8 16.3 18.6 65.7 85.9 0.4
2010-2011 623.5 7.9 4.7 21.6 16.0 370.5 16.5 18.7 75.7 91.4 0.5
2011-2012 642.7 7.5 4.3 21.7 15.6 386.7 16.6 19.8 74.2 95.8 0.4
2012-2013 693.6 7.5 4.5 22.8 15.9 431.8 17.7 20.0 76.4 96.7 0.3
2013-2014 715.2 7.6 4.6 23.5 16.1 457.1 17.3 18.9 73.6 96.1 0.3
2014-2015 717.7 7.4 4.4 23.3 15.2 463.6 16.8 19.1 76.1 91.7 0.3
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