If you answered yes, to any of these, come to PGSS' annual general meeting (AGM), on Wednesday March 12, 6:00 pm, Thomson House ballroom. It's your Society, your AGM- come and be heard.
*** Read below for the official Organic Campus position on this debacle!
The aim and purpose of our cooperative, as defined clearly in our constitution, has always been to supply students as well as the local community with quality organic foods and goods, in an effort to promote environmental sustainability. All the profits generated through the sale of baked goods are re-invested to support other initiatives that share similar goals and to promote environmental awareness through publications and workshops. The cooperative has always been, and should always be open to all persons, undergraduates, graduates, past students, McGill employees and professors and the McGill community in general, with no discrimination.
We would like SSMU and PGSS to reconsider not renewing the recently lapsed Memorandum of Agreement, which had allowed graduate students, which form a good proportion of our clientele and volunteers, to benefit from our service. We feel that our student initiative, as well as all other student initiatives deserve to be, and should be, supported by both SSMU and PGSS.