McGill's student newspaper has headline: Quebec Tuition Increasing Faster than National Average. But the numbers that come with the article belie the headline just a bit.
The lighter gray is for 2009-2010 and the darker is for 2010-2011. It is easier to have a high growth rate when the initial value is low: % change is equal to (t2-t1)/t1. So, the smaller the original value, the higher the percentage of change will be. The absolute value of the change in tuition is still very small, but the % seems like a lot. Right now, the yearly cost of tuition at McGill is about 2 HDTV's. Not cheap, but not outrageous either.