News From OPIRG

Welcome your 2017-18 Board of Directors!

March 17th, 2017 | News

Hello folks! Following a successful day of elections and our Annual General Meeting, OPIRG Guelph is happy to announce and welcome your new 2017-18 Board of Directors. Newly elected directors include: Adjowa Karikari David James Hudson Rachel Taylor Directors who’ll be joining them for the rest of the year include: Aidan Lockhart Malissa Bryan Paul […]

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DEADLINE EXTENDED: OPIRG Board Nominations and Elections!

February 16th, 2017 | News

9 March: Extended Nomination Deadline! Are you interested in supporting social and environmental justice work on campus and in the community? OPIRG Guelph is looking for students and community members to join our Board! Positions Available 2 Student Seats (1-Year Term) 1 Student Seat (2-Year Term) 1 Student or Community Seat (2-Year Term) 1 Community Seat (2-Year […]

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Radical Reels #4- “Colonization Road”!

March 14th, 2017 | News, Radical Reels

Wednesday, March 22 -6:00-8:00 PM Mackinnon 228 Our final Radical Reels screening of the semester! COLONIZATION ROAD unearths the history of the Public Lands Act of 1853 — its impact on First Nations, treaties, land and the expansion of “Canadian” settlement. Anishinaabe comedian and activist Ryan McMahon follows a few roads, one in his own […]

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OPIRG Board Elections: Candidate Profile Questions!

March 14th, 2017 | News

It’s nearly time to vote in your OPIRG Guelph Board Elections! Who are your candidates? Adjowa Karikari, student seat. Rachel Taylor, student/community seat. Dave Hudson, community seat. Learn more about them below! But first, some general details. On Wednesday March 15th from 9-5pm students and community members who are members of OPIRG are invited to […]

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Tuesday February 28th! Radical Reels Presents: Ninth Floor

February 7th, 2017 | News, Radical Reels

  Tuesday February 28, 6:00 – 8:00 PM Mackinnon (MCKN) 227 February, 1969. Two years after Expo 67 and its sixty-plus national pavilions, public figures were taking turns declaring that Quebec was a fine example of a society open to different cultures from all over the world. And yet, an incident on the Sir George […]

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