A Stronger Community

​You are reading this letter today on the first day of an extremely important Concordia Student Union byelection.

I have written many letters in the past about CSU elections, each one full of hope and promises—but this byelection is possibly the most important culmination of all of these promises: an opportunity to finally institutionalize meaningful change in our union.

This Nov. 29, 30 and Dec. 1 you have the opportunity to vote on an entirely reformed package of the CSU bylaws. These reforms mean a more accessible, representative, accountable and democratic union. I have spent the majority of my time at the CSU over the past three years pushing for reforms like these and am so excited to finally have a chance to give you the union you deserve.

​Please read the documents made available to you at elections.csu.qc.ca, get informed, and vote yes to bylaw reform.

P.S. CUTV & CJLO are some of the most accessible and supportive groups in this community that I have had the honour of working with. Please vote yes to their referendum questions as well. I am confident that their expansion of services and resources will only strengthen our community.

—Morgan Pudwell
CSU VP Advocacy & Outreach
Chair of the CSU Policy Committee
Chair of the Yes Committee

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