• TUITION FREEZE ANNOUNCED – SAGPRC RESPONDS.

        Today the Government of Alberta announced that they are extending the post-secondary tuition and fee freeze through 2018-19 academic year.  The SAGPRC is pleased but continues to advocate for a clear, consistent and common sense model for post-secondary funding along with degree-granting status for GPRC. SAGPRC Response to Tuition Freeze November 30, 2017 […]

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  • New Peer Counselling Promotional Video

    We are excited to finally reveal our new Peer Counselling promotional video! Big thank you to our director Tyler Moor, our cast and crew, and to all the amazing student volunteers who make the program happen! Watch the video here: http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lvxQgbzNQN8

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  • Connect, Learn, and Share

    Last month our VP External, Kristen George, attended the Alberta Campus Mental Health Innovation Innovation Summit. Here is her recap of the event and what she wants to bring back to the SAGPRC.

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  • Executive Committee Elections

    Get excited GPRC – Elections for your Students’ Association Executive Committee are just around the corner!  The Executive Committee, composed of the President, Vice-President Internal and Vice-President External, works hard to represent the student body year-long.  

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  • Fairview – Do you want a New Bar on Campus?!

    STUDENTS!!! We have a unique opportunity! Your executive team has been approached over the last three years by Fairview students, and we have been asked over and over again for a student owned bar on campus! Well Fairview, we’ve heard you and we are ready to start the process! In addition to your commitment, the […]

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  • We’re Hiring!

    Your Students’ Association has an immediate volunteer work experience opportunity! We are looking for someone to provide front desk coverage for our Department Assistant everyday during the lunch period. The coverage will occur for an hour per occasion and is UNPAID but does earn other SA benefits, including free admission to events, etc. In addition, […]

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  • Just the Gist on Voting in the Federal Election

    Don’t spend the next four years living in shame because you didn’t vote in the October 19th federal election – especially when it’s this easy. Step 1: What kind of voter are you? There are three types of student voters: Voters who have lived in the same electoral district for a number of years Voters […]

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  • Are You Healthy?

    Did you know that.. – “Mental illness strikes more Albertans than breast cancer, diabetes or Alzheimer’s disease”. – “1 in 4 people will be diagnosed with a mental illness at some point in their lives”. – “The suicide rate in Alberta is higher than the Canadian average. In Alberta, more people die by suicide than […]

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  • What the Vote? Your Guide to Provincial Election

    There are 4 candidates I can vote for, how does that work? Election results in Canada are determined by a system of voting called “first past the post” in which the successful candidate only has to receive more votes than anyone else not the majority of the votes, this is also referred to as a […]

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  • Just the Gist: Alberta Candidates Plans for Post Secondary

    Below are the policies of the 5 provincial parties in Alberta as they relate to post-secondary education: The Alberta Party “Provide stable funding and improve access to post-secondary education” Cap tuition increases at the rate of inflation Ensure all Alberta students who qualify for post-secondary education have access to a space Restore the Summer Temporary […]

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