Sunday, June 20, 2021

Tag: democracy

Global protests and democratic backsliding

They keep popping up on our feeds: images of protesters from countries around the world holding mass protests in response to a host of issues in...

The Serious Implications of the Federal Election

Much like the 2016 U.S. presidential election, last month’s federal election in Canada has revealed the deep divisions that grip our country—the Liberal party won a minority...

Net neutrality: looking into the past?

During the Obama administration in 2015, under Democrat regulation, the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) passed net neutrality rules that maintained the internet...

The choice to have dialogue

What a week. Last Wednesday, my day began with news of the lawsuit filed against UTMSU by the Students for Life chapter at UTM. And...

Our mandate as a newspaper

Last week, we commemorated Remembrance Day and reflected on the role of freedom and democracy in our society. These are big concepts, but certainly important...

Who says youth aren’t engaged?

Every UTM student should attend UTSU’s annual general meeting—at least once. I attended my first AGM downtown last year and was amazed. I’d never seen...

Nice vacation—but what about us?

Dear Editor, Wouldn't you love to have three months of holiday vacation? Wouldn't it just be splendid to wake up to a duty-free day, to...

The decline of democracy in contemporary Canada

When faced with the simple reality that a lecture halls worth of voters for popular local Liberal MP Omar Alghabra would have saved him...

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