In The News

  • Students' future unclear following yesterday's Throne speech

    May 17th, 2016

    CFS-MB News Release 05:2016

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  • Education is a right for all Indigenous students. Sign the petition now!

    May 11th, 2016

    From the Canadian Federation of Students:

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    After the 2016 Federal Budget, the Canadian Federation of Students broke the news that the budget did not commit to lifting the restrictive 2 per cent funding cap on the Post-Secondary Student Support Program (PSSSP) for Indigenous students nor did it invest an additional $50 million per year as promised by Trudeau. This was neither a mistake nor an oversight by the government. The commitment to increased PSSSP funding was deliberately left out of the federal budget. But it’s not too late! The federal government can still right this wrong and open access to post-secondary education for thousands of Indigenous students at a small cost.

    Join the Federation in calling on the Trudeau Government to immediately invest $50 million in the PSSSP and fully fund all Indigenous learners.

    What you can do to support this campaign:

    1. Learn about post-secondary student support for Indigenous students by reading the Federation’s latest blog post
    2. Sign the online petition
    3. Tweet @JustinTrudeau and @CarolynBennett and tell them to mend their broken promise to Indigenous students
    4. Download and share this image to garner support through your networks

     

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  • UWSA General Office Summer Hours

    May 4th, 2016

    The General Office will be open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

    If you are unavailable to make it to the office during this time, you can schedule an appointment at uwsa@theuwsa.ca

    Have a question but not sure who to ask? You can ask a question here.

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  • Spring/Summer Term Health Plan Opt-Change/Opt-Outs

    April 28th, 2016

    All full-time undergraduate students, taking 9 credit hours or more in a term, are automatically included in the UWSA Health Plan. All other UW students (part-time, graduate, registered with accessibility services) have the option of opting into the UWSA Health Plan. As well, all students on the health plan can extend their coverage to their spouse, common-law partner, or children.

    Students starting as full-time students in the Spring and Summer term can opt-change or opt-out of the UWSA Health Plan starting May 1, 2016. You can opt-change/opt-out here!

    To read more about the UWSA Health Plan here: http://theuwsa.ca/healthplan/

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The University of Winnipeg Students’ Association democratically unites the students of the University of Winnipeg in order to advance student interests. Our efforts include promoting the exchange of ideas and information among students, and within the greater University community. In aid of this, we support and encourage the development of student groups and societies on campus. As well as promoting communication within the University, the UWSA advocates on behalf of students to administrative bodies.

Beyond the campus, the UWSA communicates with, and advocates on behalf of students to all levels of administration and government. By working together with other students across Canada, through membership in the Canadian Federation of Students, members of the UWSA have an effective voice at the provincial and federal level. The UWSA is committed to working at all levels toward a post-secondary education system that is accessible and of the highest possible quality. In all its activities, the UWSA is committed to providing leadership in environmentally-responsible, ethical, and progressive ways.

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