Media Advisory: Start Early Saskatchewan campaign launch

Regina, SK – April 11, 2013 – The Honourable Don Morgan, Minister of Advanced Education will join Peter Lewis, Vice- President of Regulatory and Corporate Affairs at the Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation to announce the start of the Start Early Saskatchewan campaign.

The campaign encourages families to start saving early for their children’s post-secondary education, share their own experiences with other families and promote the new Saskatchewan Advantage Grant for Education Savings (SAGES).

Following the announcement the media will have the opportunity to interview the Minister, Mr. Lewis, and our ambassador family, The Anderson’s, who are currently using an RESP to save for their children’s future and who will benefit from the new SAGES grant.

Date: April 16, 2013
Time: 10:00 A.M. C.S.T.
Place: Saskatchewan Science Centre – Sunlight Room
2903 Powerhouse Drive
Regina, SK

For more information, contact:

Edyta McKay – Manager, Corporate Communications
Start Early Saskatchewan campaign
CST Consultants Inc.
Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation
Office – 416 445-7377 x 303 Mobile – 416 602-2849
[email protected]

About CST

The Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation is a non-profit organization that has been helping families save for post-secondary education for over fifty years. As a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Foundation, C.S.T. Consultants Inc. (CSTC) is the distributor and manager of the Canadian Scholarship Trust Plans. Focused exclusively on growing and protecting its planholders' savings, CSTC currently manages $3.8 billion in assets for over 280,000 Canadian families. CSTC boasts a sales force of 640 located across the country. The Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation offers its own awards for academic achievement and community engagement to those students in their Group Plans who are pursuing graduate studies. For more information about RESPs at CST go to www.cst.org or follow us on twitter @cstconsultants.