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January 15, 2004
  Have your say on the U-PassPDF files may take a moment to load

Students will vote again on the U-Pass in the upcoming Students' Union General Election.

Students will decide whether or not to continue the program at $60 per term for 2004/05, with $2 increments for two years for a total term of three years.

Calgary Transit Business Analyst David MacDonald thinks the agreement is very comparable to what was negotiated in 2002.

"It's pretty similar to what we've agreed to in the past," said MacDonald.

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December 04, 2003
  Lower student legal levy?PDF files may take a moment to load

In light of two new Student Legal Assistance clinics in Banff and Red Deer, the Students' Union is looking to reduce the levy SLA receives from students.

At Students' Legislative Council on Tue., Dec. 2, the SU began discussing a referendum question to decrease the SLA levy. The question is about whether funding needs to be as high as it is was raised to in April, when the SLA moved to open a clinic in Red Deer.

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February 06, 2003
  Elections!PDF files may take a moment to load

Students' Union election started with a kick this Wed., Feb. 5 as acclaimed Faculty of Management Representative Faizal Jaffer chastised both vice-president external candidates during their forum.

"Both of these guys are sucking ass to [current Vice-President External] Nick Vuckovic," he said in response to the candidates' praise of Vuckovic's Mullets Against Tuition campaign.

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