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Below is a list of all currently registered clubs, listed in alphabetical order. Click on the club's name to view additional information or to join the club.

G-One Dance -Bollywood Dance Team
SFU Bollywood Dance Team is a place to enjoy the vibrant culture of Bollywood Dance. G-One is a Dance group inspired by Bollywood freestyle. We gather together to create and practice dance routines on our favourite Hindi songs.
Game Developers Club
To support game development at SFU. We strive to achieve this by fostering teamwork and networking among our members. We also provide resources to assist in project development such as organizational help and design assistance.
Generation Screwed SFU
Generation Screwed is Canada's largest free-market oriented campus club. Our main objective is to spread awareness about Canada's ballooning national debt and the consequences out of control government spending has on future generations. We advocate for accountable government, fiscal responsibility, balanced budgets and sovereign debt reduction.
Giddha - SFU
Illustrating the simplicity and beauty of the Punjabi culture through the form of traditional folk dance giddha with respect to a balanced university lifestyle that incorporates physical activity.
Give A Paw
To fundraise for local animal shelters and research centers
Global Alliance (GA)
We exist to raise awareness of the ethno-linguistic minorities in the world
Global Oriental Vision
Global Oriental Vision (GOVision) has the primary objective of helping Chinese international students fit in with the Canadian society. GOVision aims to build a communication platform for international students in exchange of information and sharing of experience through conferences and volunteering.
Greek Representation and Interest Development (G.R.I.D)
To provide a forum for open discussion on matters pertaining to Greek societies. To be a source of information to currently unaffiliated students expressing an interest in joining a Greek society. To co-ordinate and prevent interference amongst Greek societies. To assist those interested in the formation of a new Greek society.