A summary of the party platforms for the 2019 Canadian Federal Election. Continue reading Federal Election 2019: Where the Parties Stand
While the impact of our votes in Alberta is unlikely to have a large impact on a federal election that is usually decided before hitting the Ontario-Manitoba border, with the notable exception of a few downtown Edmonton ridings, it’s worth understanding the significance of minority governments. Continue reading What if No One Wins?
At the end of the day, though, we have to remember that we are Canadians first, and no matter the political differences, everybody’s opinions are out of respect for what they think is best for Canadian society. Continue reading The Federal Elections: A Rundown
The Minister said, “Post-secondary institutions are home to some of our province’s brightest thinkers and problem-solvers. Together, we will determine the best ways to build the workforce of the future and support a stronger and growing economy.” Time will tell what that comes to mean for students. Continue reading A Visit From The Minister
After a long election campaign fraught with controversy, allegations of all kinds, and worried voters on all sides, the 2019 Alberta Provincial Election has come to a close with an elected United Conservative Party majority government, led by Jason Kenney. Continue reading Alberta Back In Blue
Didn’t catch our party breakdown from Issue 13, or just want to view it again? Check it out below. Continue reading Election 2019: Party Breakdown
You may be tired of hearing about elections after our recent CSA and Club elections, and while I’m certainly glad they’re over, a far larger election is looming on the horizon with broader implications than the ones brought on by a handful of students who are in office for only a year. Continue reading A New Direction for Alberta?
With provincial elections around the corner, Alberta’s newly formed United Conservative Party has sprung into campaigning mode with more candidates running for election than any other party, even the governing New Democratic Party. Continue reading The UCP and CUE
So when you start to receive the admittedly annoying phone voter ID calls, see the lawn signs sprout out like early blossoms, and see roving bands of volunteers with clipboards in your neighborhood, reach out and get involved, make a difference, and make history, one election at a time. Continue reading Vote and Help Out This Provincial Election
As frustrating as politics can be, it was enlightening to see local Edmontonians speaking out for a common cause, because in the end, we all want to see our City progress for the better into the future. Continue reading Concordia Student Protests Planned ETS Fare Hike