Series 4 - Advocacy and initiatives

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UTA 1007-4


Advocacy and initiatives


  • 1972-2005 (Creation)

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0.3 m of textual records

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Series consists of records documenting various issues or initiatives taken up or spearheaded by the ASSU. Especially prominent are the files pertaining to ASSU’s activity surrounding asbestos found in Sidney Smith Hall in the early 1990s and the multiple fee levy referendums conducted by ASSU since its inception in the 1970s. Also included are early renditions of the organization’s constitution, information pamphlets, and newsletters.

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The following files are restricted. Please contact the University Archivist for further information.

  • B2018-0014/017(15)
  • B2018-0014/019(08)

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Records pertaining to ASSU’s efforts to increase student representation on university and faculty councils and committees, as well as correspondence between ASSU and university administration and faculty can be found in Series 5. Records pertaining to ASSU’s cooperation with or support of other groups at the University of Toronto and beyond can be found in Series 6.

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B2018-0014/017(12) - /019(12)

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