Tag: politics

News

Elizabeth May Steps Down

ELIZABETH MAY ANNOUNCED on Monday, Nov. 4, that she is stepping down as leader of the Green Party, a post she has held since 2006.  “This is not something that is a new decision,” May told reporters, adding that she is excited to be able to spend time with her […]

Opinion

Boiled Water, Busted Pipelines

What a Minority Liberal Government Could Mean for Indigenous Communities   ACCORDING TO THE Government of Canada’s tracking system, there are currently 57 First Nations communities across Canada still living under a boil water advisory (BWA), which means the water is generally not useable for cooking, drinking, or cleaning unless […]

News

Hong Kong Bans Masks

Carrie Lam, Chief Executive of Hong Kong, announced the implementation of an emergency law to ban face masks   On Oct. 4, 2019, Chief Executive of Hong Kong, Carrie Lam, announced the implementation of an emergency law to ban face masks in public assemblies. In what is essentially an anti-mask […]

Announcements, News

Federal Debate Cancelled

The Central Student Association (CSA) and CUPE 1334 have cancelled a federal debate scheduled to have taken place Wednesday, Oct. 2 at the University of Guelph. In a statement released earlier today by the CSA and CUPE 1334, the organizers explained their decision to not invite the candidate representing the […]