The Canadian Federation of Students is your national and provincial students’ union. Through the CFS, you are united with 650,000 students across Canada from more than 75 university and college students’ unions including over 90,000 graduate students.

From March 7 – March 10, graduate students at Dalhousie University will be voting to join the CFS.



Where to vote

STUDLEY

Life Sciences
McCain
Chase

Computer Science (Thurs. & Fri.)

SEXTON

B Building

Architecture (Tues. & Wed)

CARLETON

Tupper Building
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additional investment in public research through the Tri- Council Agencies.

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in graduate student funding through the Canada Graduate Scholarship which was won following years of student lobbying.

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you receive an ISIC for free as a benefit of membership; non members pay $20.

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savings when you file your taxes for free with UFile.ca.











Students United.

Each member students’ union has an equal say in setting the policies, direction, and priorities of the CFS, including how funds are spent. Each member students’ union is able to serve motions on CFS campaigns, services, bylaw amendments and policy changes.

During meetings, every member students’ union in attendance is able to participate in every vote. Students’ unions who cannot be present during a meeting are able to proxy their vote.

To promote the diverse needs and interests of students, the CFS includes constituency-based representation for racialized students, women, queer and trans students, international students, students with disabilities, mature and part-time students, and Aboriginal students in all decision-making.

Graduate students are also represented through the National Graduate Caucuses.



National General Meetings

Twice a year, member representatives from across the country meet in Ottawa, Ontario for national general meetings to discuss, debate and adopt resolutions regarding the aims and goals of the national student movement.

Provincial General Meetings

Once each year, member representatives from Nova Scotia meet for a provincial general meeting to discuss, debate and adopt resolutions regarding the aims and goals of the provincial student movement.

National Executive Committee

The National Executive of the CFS is our board of directors, charged with enacting the decisions made at the national general meetings. The composition of the National Executive includes elected representation from provincial components, caucuses and constituency groups. The National Executive meets six times per year.

Nova Scotia Executive Committee

The Nova Scotia Executive Committee includes elected representation from every member students’ union in Nova Scotia and constituency groups. The Nova Scotia Executive Committee meets four times per year.

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