Wednesday, January 27, 2021

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Post election: A country divided

As the dust settles on the 2019 Federal election, leaders on all sides have a lot to consider. This election was filled with personal attacks, scandals,...

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...

The climate crisis and the federal election

Canada’s Changing Climate Report states that Canada is warming at twice the rate of the rest of the globe. The Liberal, Green, NDP, and Conservative parties...

Reflecting on the Canadian election

If you’re reading this, you better have voted in the federal election. But just as I should have done work over reading week (which...

On the PSLA debate: populism in politics

Last week, the Political Science and Pre-Law Association (PSLA) hosted a local all-candidates debate at UTM. The debate featured candidates from all four major parties in...

I see gray in the blackface incident

The Trudeau brownface scandal has left me disappointed with many people I generally see as allies. As the week went on, I grew disturbed with Jagmeet...

French debate kicks off federal campaign race

The French-language leaders’ debate last Wednesday plunged into issues on abortion, medical assistance in dying, the urgency of climate change, and Quebec’s controversial provincial law against...

Week review of election campaigns

After a week of campaigning, the political landscape leading into Canada’s 43rd federal election on October 21 has slowly shifted with platform reveals and several controversial announcements. Last...

The highs and lows of the wage debate

On January 1, 2018, the provincial government of Ontario, headed by the Liberal Party of Canada, increased the minimum wage by 21 per cent;...

Spengemann’s journey to Parliament

Sven Spengemann is the Member of Parliament from the Mississauga-Lakeshore riding and a UTM Alumnus. He graduated from UTM with a B.Sc. in Psychology...

Liberal support base erodes, Tories gain momentum

Over the summer and as the new school year starts, developments took place that altered the political climate and roadmap of the province. Due to...

Local MP Iqra Khalid shares her success

Last year’s federal elections may seem like a distant memory to many, but the campaign remains fresh in the mind of Iqra Khalid, the...

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