Who we are

CASA is a national voice for Canada’s post-secondary students. Established in 1995, CASA is a non-partisan, not-for-profit student organization composed of student associations from across Canada. We represent undergraduate, graduate and polytechnic associations.

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Recent wins for students

 

$90
million
investment helps First Nations and Inuit peoples attend post-secondary
$395
million
invested to help youth get jobs
$100
million
invested to establish a National Strategy to Address Gender-Based Violence

Latest News

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We're Hiring a Communications and Public Relations Officer!

Position: Communications and Public Relations OfficerReporting to: Executive DirectorStatus: Full-timeCompensation: $45,000.00 (37.5-44 Hours) + Benefits (health, vision, dental, and RRSP matching)Posted: January 15th, 2020Closing: February 5th, 2020Submit application to: hiring@casa.ca Application must include:  Resume, cover letter, and short writing sample (i.e. press release, newsletter, social media example – maximum three pages)  
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CASA's Top Ten of 2019

It's been a busy year at CASA! From a Federal Election to a campaign on student mental health, there's a lot to reflect on and be proud of. Here are some of our favourite moments from the past year, in classic Top Ten style!
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Ontario Government’s Student Choice Initiative Deemed Unlawful by Ontario Divisional Court

OTTAWA- November 25, 2019 - On Thursday, November 21st, Ontario’s Divisional Court unanimously struck down the Student Choice Initiative, a policy directive from the Ontario Government that deemed certain fees collected by post-secondary students’ unions as non-essential. The Student Choice Initiative, announced by the Ontario Government in January 2019, was challenged by a joint application for judicial review on behalf of the Canadian Federation of Students Ontario and the York Federation of Students in May of this year.
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Copyright Board's Proposed Tariffs Continue to Leave Students in the Dark

OTTAWA, November 19th, 2019 - On November 7th, 2019, the Copyright Board of Canada published a proposal for an access copyright tariff for post-secondary institutions in Canada. The proposal, which will come into effect from 2021-2023, includes a $26 tariff per full-time university student, and $10 tariff per full-time equivalent student at other post-secondary institutions.
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NOW CLOSED: We're Hiring a Policy and Research Analyst

Position: Policy and Research AnalystReporting to: Executive DirectorOrganization Status: Full-time, contractSalary: $45,000 (37.5 - 44 hours per week) + Benefits (Health, Dental, RRSP Matching)Posted: November 15th, 2019Closing: December 5th, 2019Applications must include: Cover letter, resume, writing sample (1-2 pages)Submit an application to: ed@casa.ca
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