Notice of Motion: IEC Commissioner Composition Change

May, 31, 2022

Whereas the Elections and Referenda Policy governs how the SFSS hold elections for Executive Officers; Whereas IEC-1 highlights the composition of the commission as being one (1) chief commissioner, and four (4) commissioners; Whereas the report on the SFSS Executive Officer Elections (2022) by the SFSS Policy, Research, and Community Affairs...

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SFSS Stands in Solidarity Against the TMX Project and Calls for More Action

May, 16, 2022

On Saturday, May 7, the SFSS joined hundreds of people and dozens of organisations across the Lower Mainland to “HUG” the Burnaby Mountain and stand in solidarity against the Trans Mountain pipeline Expansion (TMX) project. The pipeline has been approved by the federal government despite not obtaining Free, Prior and Informed consent from all...

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Register for Club Executive Onboarding Sessions

May, 9, 2022

Would you like to learn more about managing your club and the services we can offer to support you? Then make sure to sign up to attend a club executive onboarding and training session. Session availability:  Tuesday, May 24th 1:00-2:30PM Friday, May 27th 11:00-12:30PM Monday, May 30th 11:00-2:30PM Thursday, June 2nd 1:00-2:30PM Thursday,...

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Palestine Liberation Event Debrief, and Special Meeting Information

April, 20, 2022

Thanks to everyone who came out to the Palestine discussion event in advance of the vote on IP Palestinian Liberation. We want to thank all the speakers for coming and speaking at this event.  Here is the event with the details of the event:  https://www.facebook.com/sfss1/posts/5660842483933114  Here is the full video of the event:...

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Image Description: Graphic of five people raising their hands with a white background behind them. Two people use wheelchairs, one uses a walker, one uses a white-and-red striped cane, and another wears a leg brace. Images of food float in yellow speech bubbles above their heads. Large black text reads: “Food Vouchers for Parallel Work Session.” Smaller black text reads: “What is parallel work or body doubling? Two or more people keeping each other company while doing tasks, like homework, housework, paperwork, self-care. SFU DNA is providing $60 food vouchers to 10 Deaf, disabled, and neurodivergent SFU & FIC undergrads participating in parallel work sessions. Learn more and apply here: https://bit.ly/DNAfoodvoucher Questions? Email sfudna@gmail.com“

Food Vouchers For Parallel Work Sessions

April, 13, 2022

The SFU Disability and Neurodiversity Alliance is providing food vouchers to Deaf, disabled, and neurodivergent SFU and FIC undergrads doing parallel work sessions. This is also called body doubling. During a parallel work or body doubling session, two or more people keep each other company while finishing tasks, such as homework, housework,...

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