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Student Government

Each Hall has a Residence Council, elected at the start of the academic year. It is the job of the council to gather Hall opinions, supervise financial affairs, and organize recreational and social activities within the residences. McGill's residences are run for the convenience and advantage of the students living in them. Residence Councils play a significant role in deciding and administering their community standards.

Note: Residence fees include an activity fee of $24 collected by the University on behalf of the Residence Council of each Hall and the Inter-Residence Council. These funds comprise each Council's budget with which to plan activities for the Hall and across residences.
Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2012-2013 (last updated Mar. 19, 2012) (disclaimer)