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By-law respecting tuition fees of the École nationale de police du Québec

Updated to 1 September 2009

  1. The tuition fees chargeable to a student admitted to the basic training program in police patrolling are $3,086 for the 2005-2006 academic year.

    The tuition fees chargeable to a native student admitted within the framework of a tripartite agreement between the Gouvernement du Québec, the Government of Canada and a native community, or to any student who is not a Québec resident pursuant to section 1 of the Regulation respecting the definition of resident in Québec (O.C. 910-98, 98-07-08) are $14,098 for the 2005-2006 academic year.

    The tuition fees chargeable pursuant to this By-law are increased on 1 August of each year, based on the rate of increase in the Consumer Price Index for Canada as determined by Statistics Canada for the 12-month period ending 31 August of the previous year.

    The increased tuition fees are reduced to even dollars if they include a dollar fraction lower than $0.50 or are increased to even dollars if they include a dollar fraction equal to or higher than $0.50.

    The Minister informs the public of the result of the indexation carried out pursuant to this section through the Gazette officielle du Québec or by any other means the Minister considers appropriate.

    Decision 05-02-02, s. 1.

  2. A student who abandons, interrupts or is suspended or expelled from the study program between the 1st and 20th day of training inclusively, shall have 2/3 of the amount paid for tuition refunded.

    Decision 05-02-02, s. 2.

  3. This By-law replaces the Tuition fees regulation (Decision 02-06-28).

    Decision 05-02-02, s. 3.

  4. (Omitted).

    Decision 05-02-02, s. 4.

  5. Decision 05-02-02, (2005) G.O. 2, 3412 and 3995