After two weeks of deliberation, the University of Toronto Graduate Students’ Union Executive has decided not to terminate its Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the U of T chapter of the Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG). This important decision is the result of the outpouring of support OPIRG received from graduate students and other community members. OPIRG hopes that the GSU Executive’s decision is indicative of a shift in its assessment of OPIRG and its work.
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OPIRG Toronto Board of Directors