KSA v. CFS-BC won’t be resolved until January

November 2, 2009 by  

Kwantlen students will be waiting over two more months for CFS representation.

The KSA v. CFS-BC court petition, which will decide whether Kwantlen’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 receiving  representation.

For details on the lawsuit, see our original article.


2 Responses to “KSA v. CFS-BC won’t be resolved until January”

  1. Steve Lee on December 10th, 2009 3:23 pm

    The CFS hearing will be January 7 and 8, 2010!

  2. Steve on January 9th, 2010 1:35 pm

    The hearing happened on January 7 and 8; the judge will be giving her ruling orally on the morning of January 20, 2010 at 9am at the Supreme Court of BC at the law courts in downtown Vancouver. She said she will only need about half an hour to read her ruling.

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