Why students want to defederate from the Canadian Federation of Students (Radio Basics)

 

After a decade of 'drop fees' rhetoric and little tangible successes in rising tuition feeds - a failure that contrasts sharply with the militancy of Quebec students and their relative successes - are students in Canada ready to break from the CFS?

After a decade of ‘drop fees’ rhetoric and little tangible successes in rising tuition feeds – a failure that contrasts sharply with the militancy of Quebec students and their relative successes – are students in Canada ready to break from the CFS?

In this show we reflect on Sept. 11th and how imperialism has used it to propel war on the people around the Globe.

In our feature interview, we focus on the ‘Defederation Campaign’ and how and why students are organizing to defederate from the Canadian Federation of Student. Through our conversation with Ashleigh Ingle, Ontario Spokesperson, we explore why.

Listen to this episode here

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