THIS IS YOUR STUDENT MOVEMENT

YOUR NATIONAL AND PROVINCIAL STUDENTS’ UNION

With more than 500,000 members at 64 students’ unions across Canada, the Canadian Federation of Students is the voice of post-secondary education in the country.

Our Federation represents domestic and international students at the college, undergraduate and graduate levels, including full- and part-time students.

YOUR NATIONAL AND PROVINCIAL STUDENTS’ UNION

With more than 500,000 members at 64 students’ unions across Canada, the Canadian Federation of Students is the voice of post-secondary education in the country.

Our Federation represents domenstic and international students at the college, undergraduate and graduate levels, including full- and part-time students.

RESEARCH

Our Federation produces thorough research on the post-secondary sector to inform proposals to government and campaign demands.

LOBBYING

Federation representatives keep regular contact with officials at all levels of government, ensuring that student issues are voiced loud and clear.

MOBILIZATION

Our member-driven campaigns consistently garner broad media attention, help shape public opinion, and put pressure on decision-makers.

SERVICES

Our Federation provides cost-saving services to students by students. Including health benefits, discount programs, ethical purchasing, and more.

RESEARCH

Our Federation produces thorough research on the post-secondary sector to inform proposals to government and campaign demands.

LOBBYING

Federation representatives keep regular contact with officials at all levels of government, ensuring that student issues are voiced loud and clear.

MOBILIZATION

Our member-driven campaigns consistently garner broad media attention, help shape public opinion, and put pressure on decision-makers.

SERVICES

Our Federation provides cost-saving services to students by students. Including health benefits, discount programs, ethical purchasing, and more.

RECENT

CFS Supports Ongoing Efforts to Overturn Bill 21

Almost six months ago, on June 16, Quebec’s government passed a law called Bill 21, which formally bans public employees; such as teachers, health professionals, and judges; from wearing religious symbols in public, including but not limited to: hijabs, turbans,...

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2019 Elections: #BoldAtThePolls

By Sofia Descalzi, National Chairperson Monday's elections were the culmination of months of work from students across the country pushing for leaders with bold ideas to bring education for all and climate justice. We talked to thousands of students about upholding...

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Hier, la Cour supérieure du Québec a refusé de suspendre le projet de loi 21 durant la contestation constitutionnelle à cette loi. Nous sommes solidaires de @cancivlib, @nccm et Ichrak Nourel Hak qui ont intenté la poursuite. Lisez la version intégrale : https://t.co/uPtzQEesFr

Yesterday, the Superior Court of Quebec refused to suspend Bill 21 while a constitutional challenge is underway. The Federation stands in solidarity with @cancivlib, @nccm and Ichrak Nourel Hak who filed the legal challenge. Read the full statement here:
https://t.co/252XcYYSCG

#6billioncan eliminate student loan interest rates and help us pay for free education for all. Send an email to your MP today https://t.co/BYlhCnvLC3 to tell them this tax cut is the wrong move @ccpa

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