By Jason Herring, April 10 2019 —
An on-campus Alberta election forum on April 9 posed questions about post-secondary issues to candidates from five provincial parties.
Calgary-Varsity candidate Anne McGrath (New Democratic Party), Calgary-Elbow candidate Doug Schwietzer (United Conservative Party), Calgary-Varsity candidate Beth Barberree (Alberta Party), … Read the rest
By Matty Hume, November 5 2018 —
Students’ Union executives and faculty representatives arrived in their Halloween best for the Oct. 30 meeting of Students’ Legislative Council. The meeting began with a report on the Oct. 19 University of Calgary … Read the rest
By Kayle Van’t Klooster, October 29 2018 —
Conservative parties have had it pretty easy the past couple of years. In Ontario, all the Progressive Conservatives had to do to ascend to power was criticize the former Liberal government, despite … Read the rest
NDP introduces bill to cap post-secondary tuition to inflation, extends tuition freezes another year
By Jason Herring, October 29 2018 —
The Alberta New Democratic Party began the fall sitting of the Alberta legislature on Oct. 29 by introducing Bill 19, legislation that would cap post-secondary tuition in the province to inflation.
Additionally, the … Read the rest
November 24, 2017 —
A provincial byelection was called for the Calgary-Lougheed riding Nov. 16. Much like the rest of the city, the riding has a history of electing conservative candidates. This time around, that candidate is United Conservative Party … Read the rest