GENERAL ELECTION 2017 UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

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GENERAL ELECTION 2017 UNOFFICIAL RESULTS 2017-03-27T15:50:21+00:00

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS (WINNERS UNDERLINED)

EXECUTIVE

  • Vice-President Academic
    • Andrew Willis — YES (567)
    • Andrew Willis — NO (94)
  • Vice-President External Relations
    • Noah Berson — YES (563)
    • Noah Berson — NO (89)
  • Vice-President Equity and Sustainability
    • Owen Sigurdsson — YES (586)
    • Owen Sigurdsson — NO (86)
  • Vice-President of Finance and Services
    • Nesrin Bantan (275)
    • Perry Safari (422)
  • Vice-President Student Life
    • Yats Palat — YES (592)
    • Yats Palat — NO (78)

COLLECTIVE LIAISONS

  • Accessibility Justice Coordinator
    • Andrew Dillman — YES (468)
    • Andrew Dillman — NO (29)
  • First Nations Students Liaison
    • Geronimo Alec — YES (453)
    • Geronimo Alec — NO (96)
  • International Students Liaison
    • Feras Bingursain — YES  (140)
    • Feras Bingursain — NO (15)
  • Queer Students Liaison
    • Kaschelle Thiessen — YES (486)
    • Kaschelle Thiessen — NO (82)
  • Students of Colour Coordinator
    • Ramneet Kang (134)
    • Divya Nanray (269)
    • Alykhan (149)
  • Women Students Liaison
    • Brigit Forssman (169)
    • Anahita Hooman (178)
    • Katie Japaridize (228)

FACULTY REPRESENTATIVES

  • Faculty of Arts & Science (two positions available)
    • Jonston Chan (64)
    • Madeleine Fyffe (80)
    • Christina Schulz (110)
  • Faculty of Business & Professional Studies (two positions available)
    • Felix Cheung (121)
    • Nicole Cousin (148)
    • Adam Daher (51)
    • Thomas Leung (40)
    • Karim Moodad (97)
    • Camila Stankevicius (129)
    • Adrian Vlasic (36)
  • Faculty of Fine & Applied Arts (two positions available)
    • Sofia Avelino  (75)
    • Abbey Doucet (96)
    • Megan MacAulay (63)
  • Faculty of Global and Community Studies (two positions available)
    • Jennifer Frizzley (44)
    • Anna Rempel (70)
    • Carmina Tioseco (50)

REFERENDUM QUESTIONS

STUDENT UNION BUILDING FEE

  • IN FAVOUR (538)
  • OPPOSED (240)
  • SPOILED/BLANK (79)

Do you approve the replacement of the existing Building Levy Fee with a new fee as outlined in the following schedule:

$4.00 per credit fee, to a maximum of 15 credits per semester effective September 2017;
$5.00 per credit fee, to a maximum of 15 credits per semester effective September 2018;
$6.00 per credit fee, to a maximum of 15 credits per semester effective September 2019;
$7.00 per credit fee, to a maximum of 15 credits per semester effective September 2020;
$8.00 per credit fee, to a maximum of 15 credits per semester effective September 2021;

for the purposes of building a student union building on campus that meets the following standards?:

Shall meet LEED gold standards
Designed based on Passive House International Principles
In consultation with First Nations

This fee will be increased with the rate of inflation as determined by the consumer price index.

Note: If this referendum is not approved, Capilano Students’ Union members will continue to pay the existing Building Levy Fee.


EXTERNAL ADVOCACY FEE

  • IN FAVOUR (450)
  • OPPOSED (350)
  • SPOILED/BLANK (57)

Do you approve of a $0.33 per credit fee to a maximum of 15 credits per semester effective September 2017 to be used for external advocacy? This fee will be increased with the rate of inflation, as determined by the consumer price index.


CLUBS AND EVENTS FEE

  • IN FAVOUR (570)
  • OPPOSED (246)
  • SPOILED/BLANK (41)

Do you approve of a $0.29 per credit fee to a maximum of 15 credits per semester effective September 2017 to be used for clubs and events? This fee will be increased with the rate of inflation, as determined by the consumer price index.


CONSUMER PRICE INDEX

  • IN FAVOUR (446)
  • OPPOSED (373)
  • SPOILED/BLANK (38)

Do you approve increasing all Capilano Students’ Union fees, other than U-Pass and Health and Dental, with the rate of inflation, as determined by the consumer price indexing effective September 2017?


RECREATION AND INTRAMURALS FEE

  • IN FAVOUR (536)
  • OPPOSED (273)
  • SPOILED/BLANK (48)

Do you approve of a $0.50 per credit fee to a maximum of 15 credits per semester effective September 2017 to be used for recreation and intramurals? This fee will be increased with the rate of inflation as determined by the consumer price index.


CAPILANO COURIER PUBLISHING SOCIETY FEE

  • IN FAVOUR (400)
  • OPPOSED (421)
  • SPOILED/BLANK (47)

Do you support an increase to the Student Publication Fee for the Capilano Courier Publishing Society from: $1.27 per credit with a maximum of $16.94 per term to $1.46 per credit with a maximum of $18.98 per term, with annual adjustments tied to the Canadian Consumer Price Index, in order to: create more paid opportunities for Capilano University students, improve the quality of the newspaper, increase the number of issues published per year, and improve digital content and engagement?

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CONTACT

Ron LauferChief Returning Officer
The chief returning officer (CRO) is in charge of CSU elections and by-elections. Contact him with any election-related questions, comments, or complaints.
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