Waterloo, ON – September 16, 2020 – The provincial government recently announced a six-million-dollar investment toward the institution of policing.
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A few weeks ago, our Students’ Council met to discuss an advocacy effort brought forward by your Vice President, Education. To say the meeting went poorly is an understatement.
After consulting with Equity for Who, the Indigenous Student Association (ISA) and Racial Advocacy for Inclusion, Equity and Solidarity (RAISE), WUSA ...
Our students have called on us to take action in response to multiple cases of sexual assault and harassment happening on and off our campus. We know for every experience of sexual assault shared, there are countless stories that will never be...
The below is a message from the University of Waterloo. On behalf of everyone at WUSA, your Execs join the University in sending our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Michelle Miller.
This has truly been one hell of a year. If you’d told me when I first came into office all the hurdles I’d have to deal with I never would’ve thought I’d make it through.
Following GRT’s first ever transit strike, we heard countless stories of students whose options were walking to class from miles away, paying $40/day for ride-sharing services to get to and from campus if they were too far, or not making it to...
Today, on behalf of the Government of Canada, the Prime Minister announced substantial supports for students not currently eligible for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit.