Media Advisory - Student Group Elects New National Director

    OTTAWA, March 15 /CNW Telbec/ - Students from across the country met last
week in Fredericton, New Brunswick for the Annual General Meeting of the
Canadian Alliance of Student Associations (CASA) to elect a new National
Director. Zach Churchill has been chosen as the new National Director for the
upcoming year.
    "I am very excited to begin my tenure as National Director. Canada's
students face many challenges, and I am thrilled to be part of the fight for
education reform," said Mr.Churchill.
    Current National Director, Phillippe Ouellette, is concluding his term
after two years of service for CASA, "The CASA membership had a difficult
choice; this position always attracts formidable candidates. This year was no
exception. I believe the new director, along with our next membership will
continue CASA's record of success, and hold the government accountable for the
weaknesses in our education system," concluded Mr. Ouellette.
    Zach Churchill will officially begin as National Director on May 1st,

    The Canadian Alliance of Student Associations is a not-for-profit
national student organization, offering progressive education reform
solutions. CASA is one of the most successful education lobby groups in
Canada, offering progressive, common sense education reform solutions for over
a decade.

For further information:

For further information: or to arrange an interview, contact: Caen Suni,
Public Relations and Communications Officer, Canadian Alliance of Student
Associations, (613) 236-3457, ext. 224, (c) (613) 868-6605,

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