• Students applaud BC Government investment in graduate education

    Premier John Horgan’s announcement of an infusion of funding into graduate scholarships, research projects, and co-op opportunities in the tech and development sector is welcome...

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  • “Students Are Voting” is more than just a campaign slogan, it happened.

    April 2017: BCFS “Students are voting.” April 2018: Elections BC “Yep, students voted.” The numbers are out, and they paint a picture that is not...

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  • An open letter to students at Camosun College

    Dear Camosun Students, You are being misled. It is a shame that the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) and its elected officials continue to lie...

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  • Statement on International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

    March 21 has been declared by the United Nations as the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, marking the reaffirmation the commitment of the international...

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  • Budget 2018: Trudeau Liberals continue to ignore student debt crisis

    In a budget that took 367 pages to describe, the Trudeau Liberal government outlines its plan for a number of social and economic issues. From...

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  • Child care investment improves access to post-secondary education

    Post-secondary students stand to benefit from the BC Government’s substantial investment in affordable child care. Budget 2018 invests $1 billion over the next three years...

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  • BC students applaud minimum wage increase

    Today’s announcement by the BC government to increase the minimum wage to $15.20 per hour by 2021 brings welcome relief to students across the province....

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  • StatsCan report reveals government funding on the decline

    A Statistics Canada report released this week shows that government funding is declining at colleges across the country. According to the report, the proportion of...

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