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Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) / Fdration canadienne des tudiantes et tudiants (FC)

Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) / Fédération canadienne des étudiantes et étudiants (FCÉÉ)

338 Somerset St. W.
Ottawa, ON K2P 0J9

The Canadian Federation of Students is Canada's largest student organization. Founded over 30 years ago, the Federation unites more than one-half million college and university students in all ten provinces.

Website: www.cfs-fcee.ca
Phone/Tél: (613) 232-7394
FAX/Téléc: (613) 232-0276
E-mail/Courriel: web@cfs-fcee.ca

PROVINCIAL OFFICES:


British Columbia:

Phone/Tél: (604) 733-1880
FAX/Téléc: (604) 733-1852
Web: www.cfs.bc.ca

Prairies:

Phone/Tél: (204) 783-0787
FAX/Téléc: (204) 783-6001

Ontario:

Phone/Tél: (416) 925-3825
FAX/Téléc: (416) 925-6774
Web: www.cfsontario.ca

Maritimes:

Phone/Tél: (902) 425-4237
FAX/Téléc: (902) 425-4256

Newfoundland and Labrador:

Phone/Tél: (709) 737-3204
FAX/Téléc: (709) 737-2371
Web: www.cfs-nl.ca

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