On March 29th and 30th, students of the University of Regina, its Federated Colleges, and satellite campuses, voted on whether they support a per-credit per-semester fee to fund a Student Legal Advocacy Centre. And whether they support the creation of and membership in a Saskatchewan Provincial Students Union, which will be funded by a per-semester fee. The referenda questions, results, FAQs, and a full breakdown of the proposed budgets can be found below.
2022 Referendum Questions (Official Results)
1. Do you support a $1.5 dollar per credit per semester fee indexed to CPI to provide Legal Advocacy and Advocacy services to students through the funding of the Regina Student Legal Advocacy Centre?”
NO – 604 Votes (72.9%)
YES – 225 Votes (27.1%)
ABSTAIN – 219 Votes (20.9%)
2. Do you support the creation of and membership in the Saskatchewan Provincial Students Union, to advocate for the interest of students at the provincial level, for $2.5 per semester indexed to CPI?
NO – 613 Votes (74.9%)
YES – 205 Votes (25.1%)
ABSTAIN – 205 Votes (25.1%)
Referenda Documents (In Favour)
Referenda Documents (Opposed)