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Tag: Fight the Fees

UTMSU’s campaign promises reviewed

Last year, Fresh UTM was elected on a platform that promoted making fees more affordable for students and increasing student services. The elected team...

UTMSU talks grade forgiveness

The UTMSU’s Campus and Advocacy meeting last Tuesday discussed the union’s plans to advocate for a grade forgiveness policy and the resources that the...

Current students will be shafted

Premier Kathleen Wynne attended a meeting with students in Kaneff to discuss the potential setbacks of offering all students free tuition.While I understand that...

Premier Wynne talks free tuition

In an interview with The Medium last week, premier Kathleen Wynne responded to the students’ call for free tuition by explaining how obtaining free...

UTMSU eliminates exam remark fee

After almost five years of lobbying with the administration, UTMSU has announced on their Facebook page that they have successfully lobbied to eliminate the...

UTM discusses parking fee increase

The UTM Campus Affairs Committee convened last Wednesday to discuss proposed fee raises for parking costs on campus.Last semester, a new two-level parking deck...

What it really means to fight the fees

Ah yes, the “Fight the Fees” campaign is back. The All Out event this week was meant to tackle what we all complain about...

UTMSU campaigns for National Day of Action

UTMSU campaigned for the National Day of Action last week through posters in the Davis building asking UTM students, “What would you do if...

UTMSU fall elections begin this week

Students will elect the representatives this week for Division I, first-year representatives, and Division III, the central directors, of UTMSU’s Board of Directors. Plebiscite question This...

UTMSU introduces campaigns

A “Fight the Fees” campaign was discussed last Wednesday in UTMSU’s first commission meeting of this academic year.Marise Hopkins, UTMSU’s VP external, stated that...

Student grants to increase up to 50%

Students from low-income to middle-income families can now expect an increase of up to 50% in federal grants for this academic year.Full-time students from...
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