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CSA and CFS taking legal action against the University administration.

On March 26, 2014, the CSA officially took legal action against the University of Guelph’s administration on a case regarding the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) and the CFS-O. In previous years, students have voted in a referendum both in 2010 and 2013, where in both cases over 70% of the votes were in favour of leaving the CFS and CFS-o’s membership though were both successfully appealed by CFS and the CFS-O in court.

Professor Emeritus sheds light on 2011 "Robocall" Scandal

Michael Keefer is a professor emeritus from the University of Guelph. He has written about electoral fraud in the U.S. Elections, Canada’s involvement in the war in Afghanistan, and one of his most recent publications is, AntiSemitism: Real and Imagined.

Central Student Association Staff and Directors Advocate for Board Reform at the CSA

Because we believe that University of Guelph students have the right to be accurately represented by their student union and to hold their union accountable for its action and inaction, various Staff and Directors of the Central Student Association would like to issue an urgent call to reform the CSA Board of Directors.

Opinion: The CBC Should Fire Kevin O'Leary

This past weekend a rally was held in Guelph against the new “Fair Elections Act,” a bill introduced by the ruling You might…

Raising her Voice to Raise Autism Awareness

On Saturday March 22, Chantale Pomerleau received the College of Social & Applied Human Sciences Student Alliance (CSAHS-SA)…

5 Days for the Homeless

Last week, Guelph students took part in the 5 Days for the Homeless national initiative to raise awareness about homelessness, as well as, donations for local charitable organizations supporting homeless and at-risk youth across the country.

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