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Its hard to answer your question properly because you've left your husband's financial situation out of the equation. If you are both struggling then, as Four Pillars said you may have to cash in some investments and forgo RESP contributions for a while. However, if your husband is making a good salary and has his own investments, and is asking you to, say, cash in the RESP, then that may be unfair.
 
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