With more than 40,000 members at 5 students’ unions in Manitoba 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.

Member Locals

Local 08: University of Winnipeg Students’ Association
Local 37: Brandon University Students’ Union
Local 38: Association Étudiante de l’Université de Saint-Boniface
Local 96: University of Manitoba Graduate Students’ Association
Local 103: University of Manitoba Students’ Union

Executive & Staff

Chairperson: Dele Ojewole
Deputy Chairperson: Megan Linton
Treasurer: Chantale Vaillancourt
Local 08 Representative: Zee Morales
Local 37 Representative: vacant
Local 38 Representative: Chantale Vaillancourt
Local 96 Representative: vacant
Local 103 Representative: Jacob Sanderson
Indigenous Students’ Commissioner: Annie Beach
Francophone Commissioner: Sabrine Sanon
International Students’ Commissioner: Natashalee Thompson
Racialized Commissioner: Brenden Gali
LGBTTQ* Students’ Commissioner: vacant
Accessibility Commissioner: Whitney Hodgins
Women’s Commissioner: Otto McLounder

In March 2018 the Manitoba government announced international students will no longer receive basic public healthcare coverage. A decision made without any meaningful consultation from students or consideration for the $221 million contributions of international students to our economy.
It is unfortunate that the government has once again resorted to cutting support to crucial services that affect the lives of Manitobans while rolling back years of progress in welcoming international students and fails to acknowledge the social, cultural, and economic benefits that they bring to Manitoba. It time for this government to take a step back and reassess the long-term effect of their regressive policies.

#healthcarewithoutboarders #stopthecuts

Many students will pay $100 to $2,000 or even more on textbooks.

Textbooks shouldn’t be expensive and students shouldn’t be #TextBroke. How much did YOU spend on textbooks?!

We have been pushing back against the regressive policies of the current Manitoba government. We stood in opposition to Bill 31 which allows for substantial tuition increases and deregulates course related fees, the elimination of the tuition rebate and fought for increased funding for institutions. This government and our institutions are slamming the doors to higher learning one tuition increase at a time.

We will continue the fight for #edu4all. Join us to #fightthefees


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