CSU 2016 General Elections March 29, 30 and 31

General Information

CSU ELECTIONS

OFFICIAL RESULTS

Arts and Science Councillors

Hayley Currier YES 402
NO 102
ABSTAIN 471
 
Thomas David-Bashore YES 324
NO 138
ABSTAIN 490
 
Nora Fabre YES 420
NO 104
ABSTAIN 427
 
Brittany Jackson YES 324
NO 147
ABSTAIN 485
 
Maidina Kadeer YES 391
NO 123
ABSTAIN 440
 
Émilie Lamoureux-Sproule YES 362
NO 139
ABSTAIN 465
 
Jason Poirier Lavoie YES 409
NO 116
ABSTAIN 437
 
Matthew Leddy YES 373
NO 123
ABSTAIN 476
 
Armani Martel YES 358
NO 128
ABSTAIN 471
 
Christina Massaro YES 391
NO 103
ABSTAIN 436
 
Alexander Milton YES 365
NO 119
ABSTAIN 477
 
Veronika Rydzewski YES 331
NO 122
ABSTAIN 478
 
Chloë Williams YES 416
NO 110
ABSTAIN 435
 
Robert Young YES 340
NO 121
ABSTAIN 452
 

JMSB Councillors

Panagiotis Destounis YES 144
NO 53
ABSTAIN 140
 
Marie-Maxime Gélinas-Delisle YES 162
NO 54
ABSTAIN 169
 
Arrou-Vignod Louis YES 128
NO 59
ABSTAIN 176
 
Bronte Macfarlane YES 143
NO 54
ABSTAIN 189
 
 

ENCS Councillors

Alaa Alawi Alkirbee YES 130
NO 52
ABSTAIN 156
 
Ahmed Badr YES 152
NO 49
ABSTAIN 141
 
Mugisha Joyce-Christiane Kakou YES 119
NO 60
ABSTAIN 160
 
Artem Mikhalitsin YES 75
NO 65
ABSTAIN 175
 
Meissa Thiam YES 159
NO 50
ABSTAIN 142
 
 

Fine Arts Councillors

Mikaela Clark-Gardner YES 103
NO 8
ABSTAIN 45
 
Stephen Karchut YES 45
NO 17
ABSTAIN 48
 

GENERAL COORDINATOR

Eddy Kara (Empower Concordia) 655
Lucinda Marshall-Kiparissis (ACT Together) 1023
ABSTAIN 515
 
 

LOYOLA COORDINATOR

Marcus Peters (ACT Together) YES 1278
NO 219
ABSTAIN 675
 

INTERNAL AFFAIRS COORDINATOR

 
Rami Yahia (ACT Together) 1102
Jing Ruby Zhao (Empower Concordia) 676
ABSTAIN 506
 
 

ACADEMIC & ADVOCACY COORDINATOR

Antonia Macris (Empower Concordia) 687
Sophia Sahrane (ACT Together) 1047
ABSTAIN 502

SUSTAINABILITY COORDINATOR

Lana Galbraith (ACT Together) 1014
Bryan Sa Pimentel (Empower Concordia) 655
ABSTAIN 510

EXTERNAL AFFAIRS COORDINATOR

Diana-Joy Bautista (Empower Concordia) 620
Aloyse Muller (ACT Together) 762
Omar Riaz 381
ABSTAIN 456

STUDENT LIFE COORDINATOR

Rachel Gauthier (ACT Together) 943
George Moustakis (Empower Concordia) 766
ABSTAIN 486

FINANCE COORDINATOR

Adrian Longinotti (ACT Together) 965
Tiffana Paulrajah (Empower Concordia) 696
ABSTAIN 467

REFERENDUM QUESTIONS

Education & Tuition Increase Positions YES 1344
NO 519
ABSTAIN 294
 
Canadian Refugee Initiative YES 1454
NO 431
ABSTAIN 338
 
International/Ethnic Association Council (IEAC) YES 1055
NO 659
ABSTAIN 496
 
Energy East & Line 9 Pipelines YES 1282
NO 442
ABSTAIN 479
 
CSU Health and Dental Plan YES 1101
NO 638
ABSTAIN 475

Arts and Science Senate

Zanib Nafees 364
Terry Wilkings 364
ABSTAIN 378
 

JMSB  Senate

Rudy Grow YES 248
NO 37
ABSTAIN 127
 

ENCS  Senate

Jana Ghalayini YES 257
NO 34
ABSTAIN 163
 
 

Fine Arts  Senate

Marion Miller YES 132
NO 2
ABSTAIN 41

 

Nomination Period           March 1-10
Campaigning Period        March 14-28
Polling Period                   March 29-31

 

Seats Information

Council Of Representatives

14 Seats in Arts and Science

3 Seats in Fine Arts

6 Seats in John Molson

2 Seats for Independent Students

5 Seats for Engineering

Senate

1 Seat for Arts & Science

1 Seat for John Molson

1 Seat for Visual Arts

1 Seat for Engineering

Executives

General Coordinator

Student Life Coordinator

External Affairs & Mobilization Coordinator

Sustainability Coordinator

Internal Affairs Coordinator

Finance Coordinator

Loyola Coordinator

Academic & Advocacy Coordinator

Referendum Questions

A Referendum committee formation meeting will take place on March 11th, at 6:30pm at the CSU small lounge. These are the referendum questions that will be on the ballots come the polling period (please note that as CEO I reserve the right to change the wording of any of these questions if deemed unfairly worded)

Education & Tuition Increase PositionsDo you as a member of the Concordia Student Union, approve the adoption of the following positions?

  • That the CSU oppose any increase in International Student tuition fees to offset budgetary cuts to the academic sector
  • That the CSU oppose the financial segregation of International Students through the expansion of deregulated academic programs
  • Furthermore, that the CSU work collaboratively towards increasing the accessibility of and defending the right to quality education for international students

 

 Canadian Refugee Initiative The Canadian Refugee Initiative is a grassroots organization providing sustained support to Concordia University students through a Refugee Center. The services of this center will include employment aid, academic assistance, psychological assistance, housing aid, bursaries, legal aid, research publications and business development consultations. Do you agree to pay 37 cents per credit indexed to inflation in accordance with the Consumer Price Index of Canada, to the Canadian Refugee Initiative, effective Fall 2016?

 International/Ethnic Association Council (IEAC)The International/Ethnic Association Council incorporated July 2015 and began activities as an independent fee-levy group the following Fall semester, September 2015. The IEAC promotes and celebrates diverse international and ethnic cultures and heritage in a non-political and non-discriminatory manner. Would you agree to raise the fee-levy from the current $0.06 per credit to $0.12 per credit, allowing the IEAC to allocate funds towards growing the cultural and ethnic club-base within Concordia, effective Fall 2016?

Energy East & Line 9 Pipelines Do you as a member of the Concordia Student Union (CSU) agree that the CSU adopt the following position?

  • That the CSU oppose the Energy East and Line 9 pipelines as well as any form of tar sands development.

CSU Health and Dental PlanDo you agree to raise the annual cap (the maximum amount that could be charged to a student in any given year) placed on the CSU health and dental plan fee incrementally, according to need, but not exceeding an increase of $30.00 (from $195.00 to $225.00) in order to maintain our existing coverage, taking into account the projected increase in usage, costs, and inflation, while expanding access to various specialized mental health care benefits, effective Fall 2016?



Important Dates

Referendum Committee Formation – People’s Potato, March 11th at 6:15pm

Nominee Info Session – People’s Potato, March 11th at 6:30 pm

Downtown Debate – 7th Floor CSU Lounge, March 17th at 6:00 pm

Loyola Debate – Loyola Hive Cafe, March 18th at 6:00 pm


 To reach the CEO for more information:

Contact ceo@csu.qc.ca

Polling stations:

  • Hall Building Lobby
  • Hall Building, 4th Floor
  • Webster Library Atrium
  • EV Lobby
  • MB Lobby
  • Visual Arts Lobby
  • SP Lobby
  • AD Main Floor
  • Vanier Library
  • CJ Building Lobby

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