October 25, 2019

If you are interested in contributing more to QBACC as a general member then we have two new opportunities that would be perfect for you! On our Facebook page we will be releasing two new exciting opportunities - media intern and general counsel representative.

The general responsibilities of the media intern would be to keep our social media content updated with relevant material.

The general counsel representative would assist in organizing volunteers, help arrange upcoming events and other responsibilities of a similar nature.  This is your chance to become more involved ans take action in enforcing positive change. 

By solidifying support in the University and reachi...

October 21, 2019

TODAY IS THE DAY. Today hundreds of students, armed with the knowledge we provided lined up to vote. Thanks to our volunteers these past weeks, we have been able to register hundreds of students to vote in the upcoming federal election. Right until the final day to register, we were in the ARC  registering young voters and providing them information on how to vote. 

Following the rally and QBACC presenting to the board of trustees on the 27th, Divest Queen’s has been hard at work solidifying support in the University and reaching out to alumni. Recently, we have begun looking for clubs and department student councils to stand in solidarity and formally endorse the campaign as their club. If you ar...

October 4, 2019

Below we have past and future events, volunteering opportunities and different ways in which you can get involved!

Thanks to our volunteers these past weeks, we have been able to register hundreds of students to vote in the upcoming federal election. At our booth that has been in the ARC, we have been able to answer questions people have concerning voting and give people the tools to make an informed decision. Our booth will be set up at least 5 days a week until voting day. If you would like to help people register to vote during week of October 7th please fill out the form here.

On September 27th 2019, thanks to the support of the Queen’s community, QBACC had approximately 1,500 to 2,000 peo...

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