This is your student movement
Canadian Federation of Students Newfoundland and Labrador
With more than 25,000 members at 5 students’ unions in Newfoundland and Labrador and over 500,000 members at 64 students’ unions across Canada, the Canadian Federation of Students is the voice of post-secondary education in the country.
Our Federation represents domestic and international students at the college, undergraduate and graduate levels, including full- and part-time students.
Campaigns & Events
Fairness For International Students
In every single province across Canada, it is a condoned practice to charge exorbitant differential tuition fees for international students. We demand fairness.
The Canadian Mental Health Association has found that 20 percent of Canadians will personally experience a mental health issue in their life, with young people aged 15 to 24 more likely to experience mental health issues than any other age group.
Education is a Right
The Education is a Right Campaign was developed in response to a blatant attack on education in Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) that resulted in the end of a 20 year-long tuition freeze for NL students and exorbitant funding cuts to Post-Secondary Education.
Tuition Refunds, NOW!
After losing nearly three weeks of classes to strike action, students call on the MUNL Board of Regents to support the Senate's recommendation to refund students' tuition fees for this missed time. Show your support by sending a letter to decision makers calling for Tuition Refunds, NOW!
Lobbying and Budget Submissions
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Executive & Staff
Gaayathri Sukantha Murugan
This document outlines the structure of the Federation, the duties and responsibilities of elected representatives, and the processes through which decisions are made.
This document outlined the structural principles of the Federation.
This document outlines the policies of the Federation.
Students frustrated with failure of leadership from Government and Administrators, calling for restored PSE funding
Students frustrated with failure of leadership from Government and University Administrators, calling for restored PSE funding