The obligations of GSA Council, the GSA Budget and Finance Committee (GSA BFC), GSA management, the President, and the GSA Board (GSAB) are outlined in GSA Bylaw and Policy, Section K: Finances.
The principles guiding the GSA in planning and management of the budget are also outlined in full in GSA Bylaw and Policy, Section K: Finances, and, briefly, focus on the following:
- Being open and transparent, and encouraging input from the GSAB and the GSA BFC;
- Considering the GSA's vision, mission, and mandate, using the GSA Board Strategic Work Plan as a guide;
- Ensuring long-term viability;
- Supporting resource accountability;
- Delegating budget decisions; and
- Proposing an inclusive budget to GSA Council.
2018-2019 GSA Annual Operating and Capital Budget and GSA Three-Year Budget/Business Plan
Audited Financial Statements
The GSA is directed by Section 97(1) of the Post-Secondary Learning Act to provide the University Board of Governors with audited financial statements each year. See GSA Bylaw and Policy, Section K: Finances, for more details about this process.
2018 Audited Financial Statements
From time to time, the GSA Directly-Elected Officers will undertake travel to attend meetings or conferences related to their portfolios. In accordance with GSA Bylaw and Policy, Section K: Finances, summaries of actual expenses will be reviewed by the GSAB and then posted on the GSA website.
2018-2019 Business Travel Expenses:
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Visit the GSA Archive for past GSA Budgets, Audits, and Business Travel Expenses.