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Each year, we survey our membership to determine the primary advocacy priorities of today's students. While we remain committed to advocating on past priorities, as well as addressing current events and other pertinent issues, having our top yearly priorities clearly defined enables us to focus our efforts effectively.

International Student Support


We are committed to advocating for better support for international students. Recognizing the unique challenges they face, we pledge to amplify their voices, raise awareness about their needs, and advocate for policies that ensure they receive the resources and assistance necessary to thrive academically, socially, and emotionally.



We are dedicated to advocating for better housing support for students. We recognize that safe, affordable, and stable housing is essential for student success and well-being. Our commitment involves amplifying student voices, raising awareness about housing challenges, and advocating for policies that ensure all students have access to quality housing options. We strive to foster an environment where every student feels secure and supported in their living arrangements, enabling them to focus on their education and personal growth. 

Food Insecurity


We are deeply committed to addressing the pervasive issue of food insecurity in our communities. Through our advocacy efforts, we pledge to raise awareness about the root causes of food insecurity, advocate for policies that support sustainable solutions, and mobilize resources to ensure that students have access to the provisions they need to thrive. 

Mental Health


We are deeply committed to advocating for better mental health support for students. Recognizing the significant impact of mental health on academic success and overall well-being, we pledge to prioritize the needs of students by raising awareness, destigmatizing mental health issues, and advocating for increased resources and services in Ontario. Our commitment involves promoting access to quality mental health care, implementing supportive policies, and fostering a culture of empathy and understanding.

OSAP & Student Debt


While OSAP is undeniably a foundational resource that enables many students to attend post secondary that otherwise wouldn't be able to, it doesn't mean it isn't without it's faults.


We hope to challenge barriers and shortfalls that exist in the current system - to make OSAP more accessible, and the aftermath of loans less expensive.

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