This page refers to content now obsolete to the union.
Committee Chairs were union-elected roles in use from November 2020, until October 2021. Committee chairs were each responsible for managing, operating, and otherwise, running, their respective committees, and leading projects that were of subject to their committee's topic. Committees were also responsible for reporting the progress of their committee's operations to the President and/or Vice President.
In addition, at the same time as operation of committee chairs, the union would pursue one or two projects at a time as a whole, entitled 'spearhead projects'.
The committees included the Education and Curriculum Committee (ECC), the Social Issues Committee (SIC, Originally LIC as Legal Issues Committee), the Mental Health Committee (MHC), the Climate Issues Committee (CIC), and the Civic Engagement Committee (CEC).
Other committees, including the Economic Development Committee (EDC), Science, Technology, and Healthcare Committee (STHC), and Foreign Policy Committee (FPC) existed for a brief period of time between December 2020 and February 2021.
Until February of 2021, the MHC and ECC committees functioned as one (EMHC).
In February of 2021, changed were made to committees, including voting to disband committees. The EDC, STHC, and FPC committees were disbanded. The CIC committee remained, with 57.1% of membership voting to remain.
In October 2021, the use of committees and committee chairs were phased out, in favor of having the union pursue a few select project at a time, under the umbrella of the union as a whole.
The Education and Curriculum Committee (ECC) will be responsible for analyzing problems and creating policy relevant to the issues of student life, local curriculums and other domestic issues relating to education.
The Social Issues Committee (SIC) will be responsible for analyzing problems and creating policy relevant to issues of crime, rehabilitation, the judicial and executive process, government organization and other issues dealing with justice and social sustainability.
The Mental Health Committee (MHC) will be responsible for analyzing problems and creating policy relevant to the issues of addiction, depression, bullying and other domestic issues relating to mental health.
The Climate Issues Committee (CIC) will be responsible for analyzing problems and creating policy relevant to the issues of climate change, natural disasters, non-renewable energy and other domestic issues relevant to the environment, the earth and energy.
The Civic Engagement Committee (CEC) will be responsible for creating policy and pursuing action in order to foster youth participation in government, activism and policy making, to preserve a youth voice and to enable students to take action and understand their government and society.
Past ECC/EMHC Chairs
Past SIC/LIC Chairs
Past CIC Chairs
Past CEC Chairs
Past MHC/EMHC Chairs
Past EDC Chairs
Past STHC Chairs
Past FPC Chairs