Update 2022-03-16: Keji Preston has removed themselves from the running for the position of Women’s Representative.
Update 2022-03-21: Taylor-Rain MacLeod has removed themselves from the running for the position of Indigenous Students’ Representative, leaving the position uncontested.
The candidates for the 2022 UMSU general election have been announced.
This is the first election since slates were abolished by UMSU’s board of directors, meaning each candidate is running independently.
Campaigning begins March 21, 9 a.m. The voting period then runs March 31, 9 a.m. – April 1, 4:30 p.m., after which results will be available at umsu.simplyvoting.com.
The Mature Students’ Representative and Part-time Students’ Representative positions have had their nomination periods extended to March 18. 5 p.m.
- Savannah Szocs
- Jaron Rykiss
UMSU Vice-President Student Life
- Tracy Karuhogo
- Mohammed Soussi
UMSU Vice-President Advocacy
- Liam Pittman
- Victoria Romero
UMSU Vice-President Finance and Operations
- Brook Rivard
UMSU Vice-President Community Engagement
- Elishia Ratel
Community Representative Candidates
International Students’ Representative
- Sahand Babaie
- Kunal Rajpal
- Gulnaaz Dhillon
- Christine Yasay
Indigenous Students’ Representative
- Ishkode Catcheway
2SLGBTQIA+ Students’ Representative
- Alex Rana
Black Students’ Representative
- Anita Ayame
Accessibility Students’ Representative
- Caleigh Guillou