Reprinted from Times of Israel.
The Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) is a national student association that claims to represent – and work on behalf of – 650,000 college, undergraduate, graduate, part-time and international students from coast to coast.
Just one week into the school year, the CFS is once again doing damage-control in the wake of a fresh round of scandals and hypocrisy.
Earlier this week, the University of Toronto’s student-run newspaper, The Varsity, revealed that a CFS audit has uncovered some pretty shady accounting practices. Such an allegation should, in and of itself, be cause for concern. However, when you stop to realize the CFS collects money directly from the pockets of hard-working students through mandatory levies collected by the University, such an allegation becomes an even greater concern.
Read more at Times of Israel.