A week before election results will be announced, Ryerson First was suspended from the campaigning process for a new student government
Campaigns run from Feb. 24 to March 5, voting on March 4-5, results on the 6th
The campaign has been running since 2018—before the termination of the agreement between the university and the RSU
Students will be able to vote for their new student government structure online on March 4-5. The results will be announced the morning of March 6.
Only updates on upcoming events were discussed and one motion was passed at the Feb. 24 meeting.
The RSU and a Ryerson student are being sued for $23,000 in damages from an assault that took place in October 2018
The university received six proposals for a new student government structure and has begun discussions with the RSU about student services.
“It’s really important students have representation so to have this summarily dismissed was really distressing,” said one former RSU president