Reminder: Annual MMSA Award Deadline!

IMPORTANT REMINDER: In consideration of the recently completed UMFA strike, Awards UGME and the MMSA would like to remind you that the application deadline date for the Annual MMSA Awards has been extended to Monday December 5, 2016. Students in the Classes of  are eligible to apply for one or more of the following Annual […]

Toy Drive for Niji Mahkwa School!

This Holiday season, CAHE and IHPG are running a toy drive in support of Niji Mahkwa School. There are 308 students, ranging between nursery school and grade 8. We hope to collect enough toys to make sure every child goes home with a present; presents should be $20 value or less and ages range from […]

MMSA Stance on UMFA Strike

The MMSA Executive convened this evening, November 2nd 2016, for our monthly council meeting; one topic of discussion was the recent UMFA strike. Following brief deliberation, the MMSA Executive voted unanimously in support of the UMFA’s decisions over the past few weeks and the motives behind their strike. Though the demands of the medical curriculum […]

Dorothy Yu (Class of 2018) wins CMHF Award!

Congratuatlions are in order for Dorothy Yu, Class of 2018, for winning this year’s Canadian Medical Hall of Fame (CMHF) Award. This award is for recognition of her leadership and advocacy work. Dorothy is passionate about encouraging student involvement in advocacy projects. Last year, she co-founded the Student Advocacy Committee as part of her term […]

Gurmeet Sohi elected as CFMS Western Rep!

We’re very proud to announce that our very own Gurmeet Sohi has been elected as one of the two CFMS Western Representatives. Alongside Laura Kim (from UBC), Gurmeet will join the Canadian Federation of Medical Students Executive Council to represent the interests of Western Canada (which includes ourselves, and the Universities of BC, Alberta, Calgary, […]

CFMS AGM 2016

2016’s Canadian Federation of Medical Students’ Annual General Meeting in Edmonton has come and gone! The MMSA sent a ‘yuge delegation (pictured above) to promote our program and represent your views on key issues such as indigenous health, student wellness, and human trafficking. Here’s a quick overview of what’s going on with the CFMS:   […]