Federal election

Elizabeth May takes to Twitter to participate in debate

After being left out of a national party leaders debate held by the Globe and Mail on Thursday, Sept. 17, Elizabeth May used Twitter to add her input in real…

How to vote in the federal election

So you want to vote in the federal election on Oct. 19? That’s great, because I want you to vote, too. According to Stats Canada, our age groups (as students)…

5 things I learned from the leadership debate

The Globe and Mail leadership debate on Sept. 17 marked the first time in a month that the three Canadian electoral front-runners (really, the only runners in our first-past-the-post system;…

U of C student discusses online shaming after deleted tweets end federal campaign

This story originally ran in The Gauntlet, U of C’s student newspaper, on Sept. 3, 2015.  University of Calgary student and former Liberal candidate for Calgary Nose Hill Ala Buzreba is speaking…

EDITORIAL: Let the games begin

On Sunday, Aug. 2, Prime Minister Stephen Harper visited the Governor General’s office to officially dissolve Parliament and begin the 42nd federal election campaign. With the election set for Oct.…

Canada’s 2015 election

With an eventful 2014 now in the history books, let’s look ahead at what promises to be a busy year for Canadian politics. We are entering a federal election year,…

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