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Tenancy During COVID-19

Due to COVID-19, the Ontario government has made temporary changes to residential rental processes.


Evictions:

In response to COVID-19, no eviction orders will be enforced, however tenant are still required to pay rent. If you receive a notice to end your tenancy, you do not have to move out and will have the right to a hearing with the Landlord and Tenant Board to explain your situation (ie, COVID-19).

Winter 2020 Bus Pass Update: Letter from President

Dear Undergraduate Students,

The CSA has reached out to Guelph Transit to open discussions regarding a partial refund for our Winter 2020 students. Transit has assured us they will be fair with all clients. At this time, they are not able to address refunds, but I assure you they will open dialogue as soon as operationally possible.

Should a refund be approved by Guelph Transit and City Council, we expect all Winter 2020 students will receive a credit via their UofG student account. The CSA does not have the capacity to refund 20,000+ students.

COVID: Resource Pack

University Contact Emails

Have questions or concerns about how COVID-19 is affecting University operations? For the most current and full information, please refer to the University of Guelph's COVID website or social channels. However, for your convenience, below is a list of who to contact depending on the nature of your concern.

CSA Mourning with UofG Community

The Central Student Association is mourning the loss of two University of Guelph graduate students killed in the tragic crash of Ukraine International Airlines Flight PS752 near Tehran on January 8.

Our thoughts are with the family and friends of these graduate students, the Department of Geography, Environment and Geomatics, and the Department of Marketing and Consumer Studies, and all those impacted by this tremendous loss.

CSA Board to Appoint College Reps to Fill Vacancies

College Vacancies on CSA Board: The CSA Board of Directors has voted to initiate an appointment process to fill the vacancies for five at-large (elected) Board of Director positions that remain vacant following the CSA By-Election earlier this semester.

At full strength, the CSA Board includes two elected (at-large) and one appointed (student council / association) representative for each of the seven Colleges.

The following Colleges currently have at-large vacancies:

Parking Grievance Letter

The CSA's VP External has prepared the attached letter to Vice-Provost Chassels in regards to students' concerns with the current parking situation at U of G.

Read an excerpt of the letter below or download the full letter to read student experiences and thoughts on the issue.


Dear Vice-Provost Chassels,

UofG CSA Press Release

STATEMENT FROM THE CENTRAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION IN SUPPORT OF CANADIAN FEDERATION OF STUDENTS LEGAL CHALLENGE AGAINST THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT

June 24th, 2019

Fall Reading Break Info Package

The following document, created by your VP Academic Natalie, is a summary of information regarding Fall Reading Break efforts at the University of Guelph. It includes the 2017 White Paper Document created by U of G Administration and the results of the 2019 Fall Reading Break Poll that was administered by your CSA in late March. This document is merely a brief summary and is not a definitive response to a Fall Reading Week at U of G. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact your VP Academic at csavpacademic@uoguelph.ca

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