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CFS deputy chair-elect at centre of new Concordia controversy

The Concordia University student newspapers are reporting on a new student politics controversy at the university, this time involving a staffer of the CFS-Q who is also the deputy chair elect of the national student lobbying organization.

Noah Stewart, was seen on security footage removing seven posters during a recent student election campaign at Concordia. Stewart, a former VP of the Concordia Students Union, is currently employed by the Canadian Federation of Students – Quebec as a spokesperson.

Canadian Federation of Students hopeful interferes in Concordia electionThe Link

Former CSU politician Caught on tapeThe Concordian

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