Written By: Aidan Cole Currie, AVP Administration Sorry for the delay on this one everyone, we had to fix up a couple things but we’re back on schedule! Welcome back to The Update, the weekly blog where you’ll be able to keep up with recent developments, how students and the UTSU […]
Written By: Aidan Cole Currie, AVP Administration Hello and welcome to #UTSUwithU’s The Update, the weekly blog where you’ll be able to keep up with recent developments, how students and the UTSU are responding, and media coverage of the Ford government’s changes to student finance. Every week, […]
Statement RE: 17 January Ontario Government Announcement on Postsecondary Changes Toronto — Today, the Ford Government announced a set of changes to postsecondary policy set to take effect in Fall 2019. These changes would: Reduce tuition by 10%, negatively impacting university and college budgets, and potentially putting international students on the hook for shortfalls; and […]
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 […]
The U-Commute campaign set to release a survey in mid-August 2017, through to mid-September 2017. The survey received over 16 000 responses, with 9946 responses from full-time undergraduate University of Toronto St. George students. Overall, the U-Commute survey saw a 23% response rate from full-time undergraduate University of Toronto St. George students. Read the Report here. […]