Provincial elections are right around the corner, folks! Unfortunately, the polls show that the UCP is going to be taking over in May. This spells bad news for us, Concordia. Continue reading UCP: What Does This Mean?
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
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
As many differences as there are between the United States and here, one thing that is becoming common with our neighbour south of us in the era of Trump is the way that people have began to treat each other when in discussion about politics. Continue reading Approaching Politics Civilly
A lot has happened between the last issue and now, and the trade negotiators from North America have come together and agreed on a new deal. While the new deal still needs approval from the legislatures to be finalized, a lot has both changed and stayed the same with regards to NAFTA. Continue reading NAFTA: Part 3
Nothing is for certain of what will come out of the talks, and much will happen in the following months, but Canadians need to be informed and up to date on how such consequences will impact their economy. Continue reading NAFTA: Part 2
Long before the time of the twenty-four hour news cycles that currently consume mainstream media and alike, the North American continent was a very different place both economically and politically. Continue reading NAFTA: Part 1