Sunday, June 5, 2011

Critical Tidbit: Canadian Politician Urges B.C. Government to Eliminate Interest on Student Loans

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Michelle Mungall, who was recently elected and a New Democratic Party Member, is calling for the B.C. government to do away with interest on student loans. She believes the government should not profit from students, arguing, "it's wrong to treat students as a cash cow."

Mungall believes post-secondary education is an investment for the province. She is representing the riding of Nelson-Creston.


Anonymous said...

Wow! She's cute!

Lovely blue-green eyes! Like sea water.

Cryn Johannsen said...

Agreed. As soon as I found this picture to use, I thought, "someone is going to say she's attractive." Ha.

John in Boston said...

I was biting my tongue, lest I appear sexist, but yeah, I'm smitten too - especially when there's such substantial morality (or the universalist variety) in her politics.

Anonymous said...

Has Kimber Russell shut down her blog Shilling Me Softly? The page says it's been removed. Just wondering.