A-13.3, r. 1 - Regulation respecting financial assistance for education expenses

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45. An amount is allocated to a student as a supplement if the student’s income for the calendar year ending in the year of allocation is at least 10% lower than his or her income for the preceding calendar year and the student was eligible for financial assistance in the form of a bursary during the preceding year of allocation.
The amount allocated as a supplement is established by subtracting the amount of the student’s contribution for the year of allocation from the amount of the student’s contribution for the preceding year of allocation, and by dividing the result of that operation by 3.
No amount is allocated to the student pursuant to this section if, during one of the months of the calendar year ending in the year of allocation, the student is not a full-time student or no expense is allowable pursuant to section 28 for one of the months in the year of allocation.
O.C. 344-2004, s. 45; 1086-2017O.C. 1086-2017, s. 15.
45. An amount is allocated to a student as a supplement if the student’s income for the calendar year ending in the year of allocation is at least 10% lower than his or her income for the preceding calendar year.
The amount allocated as a supplement is established by subtracting the amount of the student’s contribution for the year of allocation from the amount of the student’s contribution for the preceding year of allocation, and by dividing the result of that operation by 3.
No amount is allocated to the student pursuant to this section if, during one of the months of the calendar year ending in the year of allocation, the student is not a full-time student or no expense is allowable pursuant to section 28 for one of the months in the year of allocation.
O.C. 344-2004, s. 45.