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An Ontario judge has ruled he has jurisdiction to review decisions by student unions at three post-secondary institutions that denied official status to other student groups. Do you agree with this finding?
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Total Votes: 50
Poll Results
Yes, the court has this jurisdiction and it was right to uphold the decisions to deny status to the student groups.
No, upholding these decisions breached principles of natural justice and is contrary to Charter values.
Start Voting: 3/12/2018|End Voting: 3/19/2018

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