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Blood Is Blood
Blood Is Blood is a campaign that opposes Health Canada’s policy that Canadian Blood Services must defer donations from men who have had sex with men within the past five years.
A campaign to increase community awareness of the positive stories about Capilano University.
Where's the Housing?
Student housing campaign run in partnership with the Alliance of British Columbia Students
Rail Jam for Social Change
The Rail Jam for Social Change is bringing the mountain to Cap, with proceeds going to North Shore Rescue and The Harvest Project.
Youth and the City
Youth and the City uses discussion groups, debates, and on-campus voting opportunities to promote civic engagement to the Capilano University community.
International Education Week
International Education Week celebrated countries and cultures spanning continents and time zones with live music, dance, treats, and ethnic refreshments.
Join us for a week of events celebrating Pride Week 2016, brought to you but the Capilano Queer Collective.
5 Days for the Homeless
5 Days for the Homeless aims to increase awareness of homelessness and raise donations for local charitable organizations supporting homeless and at-risk youth across the country.
Summer Spree welcomed Cap students back to campus with games, contests, prizes, magicians, live music, yoga, food trucks, DJ, face painting, and a beer garden!
Quit Cutting Cap!
Quit Cutting Cap! and What’s With ESL? were postcard campaigns voicing students’ concerns about funding for Capilano University.
The CSU is collecting donations for new refugees, including those from the conflict in Syria
#WeSayYes is a campaign that encourages voting in favour of the introduction of a new tax that would be used to improve public transit in the Lower Mainland.
Dump the CFS
Dump the CFS was a student-run campaign endorsed by the CSU. It aimed to educate Capilano students in the lead-up to a referendum on continued membership with the Canadian Federation of Students.