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The Canadian Association of Business Students

The Canadian Association of Business Students

About CABS

The Canadian Association of Business Students (CABS) is a not for profit organization that represents over 70,000 business students from 26 universities in Canada. Our purpose is simple; to develop superior talent and leadership within business students across Canada. We organize some of the largest business student conferences and competitions which involve leadership development and personal growth.

Upcoming Events

Roundtable

Roundtable

March 12-14, 2021

CABS x CFES presents Crossroads: Entrepreneurship

CABS x CFES presents Crossroads: Entrepreneurship

March 23, 2021

 
5 Days Charity Campaign

5 Days Charity Campaign

March 2021

Canadian Business School Conference

Canadian Business School Conference

June 2021

 
 

Get Involved With CABS

Donate to 5 Days 2021

Are you looking to make a difference in your local community? 5 Days is a national campaign run by the Canadian Association of Business Students that strives to raise awareness and donations for members of society that are at risk of or experiencing homelessness.

 

Corporate Partners

Are you interested in partnering with CABS? By partnering with us, you’ll have the opportunity to interact with over 70,000 business students from 26 universities across Canada, as well as our growing Alumni network.

 

Our Members

We represent over 70,000 business students from 26 universities across Canada. We work closely with the BSA at each school to support the undergraduate population at their respective school through academic, professional, and philanthropic events and initiatives.