KSA v. CFS-BC won’t be resolved until January
November 2, 2009 by Sarah Jackson
Kwantlen students will be waiting over two more months for CFS representation.
The KSA v. CFS-BC court petition, which will decide whether Kwantlenâ€™s elected ex-officio representative for the CFS-BC can join the executive committee, after the CFS-BC refused to ratify his nomination, has been bumped until January for administrative reasons.
The KSA has decided not to nominate another student to the CFS-BC executive committee.
The B.C. Supreme Court will resolve the issue in January on a date that is yet to be decided, while Kwantlen students, who voted to remain members of the CFS in 2008, continue to funnel $150,000 per year into the organization without receivingÂ representation.
For details on the lawsuit, see our original article.