Executive Committee University of Toronto Students’ Union 12 Hart House Circle Toronto, ON, M5S 3J9 email@example.com 416.978.4911 UTSU & LinkMentalHealth November 28, 2018 RE: LinkMentalHealth and UTSU’s Strategic Partnership LinkMentalHealth and the University of Toronto Students’ Union (UTSU) announce their strategic partnership to connect students to diverse in-person therapy options. Over 50, […]
My name is Anne Boucher, and I’m the President of the University of Toronto Students’ Union. The UTSU is the central student government of all full-time undergraduate students. We advocate for students at the administrative and government levels for U of T students’ specific needs, and provide services such as the Health & Dental […]
RE: University Mandated Leave of Absence Policy The University of Toronto Students’ Union joins other student groups and leaders, from across the university, to express our concerns with the revised University Mandated Leave of Absence Policy. The University Mandated Leave of Absence Policy allows the administration to place a student on academic suspension if they […]
Last month we asked students to name our student-run Cafe at the new Student Commons. We received responses from 526 students, mostly consisting of boundless jokes. Suggestions ranged in quality from Brew of T to Memmel’s World Class Hot Bean Water to the Jitterbug (you can decide which ones we liked and which we didn’t). The winning […]
Ontario is currently divided into 107 electoral districts but the number of electoral districts will increase for the 2018 general election. Find information about your riding like, Electoral District Number, Area, Population and where to go for other voter services here.
There are many ways to vote in a general election or by-election. You can choose the option that works best for you. You can only vote once in an election. There are three simple steps to making voting as easy as possible: Use e-Registration to confirm, update or add your information to the Voters List. Check your Voter Information […]
Where you vote is determined by where you live. Your voting locations for advance voting and voting on election day are based on your address, which means you can only vote at the locations assigned to you. If your name and address are on the Voters List, you will receive a Voter Information Card by mail. It will tell […]
The next general election will take place on June 7, 2018. With e‑Registration, you can confirm, update or add your information to the Voters List in just a few easy steps. To register to vote in an Ontario election, you must be: 18 years of age or older, and a Canadian citizen, and a resident of […]