Media Advisory - CASA to Provide Reaction on Federal Budget

OTTAWA, April 21, 2015 /CNW/ -


Jonathan Champagne, Executive Director of the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations (CASA)


Jonathan Champagne will be available for comment on the 2015 federal budget and will be in the Railway Room (253-D), Centre Block, Parliament Hill.


Tuesday April 21st, 2015, immediately after the budget lock-up  


The federal government has an essential role to play in learning, training and research. CASA is committed to advancing an accessible and high-quality Canadian post-secondary education system and the federal budget deserves commentary from leaders who represent students and youth who drive Canada's long-term prosperity.


The Canadian Alliance of Student Associations represents 280,000 students at 22 member associations from across Canada. CASA advocates for a Canadian post-secondary education system that is accessible, affordable, innovative, and of the highest quality.


SOURCE Canadian Alliance of Student Associations

For further information: To arrange an interview with Jonathan Champagne or student representatives from your region following or in advance of the tabling of the 2014 Budget, please contact: Matthew Rios, Government Relations and Communications,, Office: 613-236-3457 ext. 221, Mobile: 902-300-2102


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