By Kristy Koehler, August 15 2019—
Maxime Bernier, leader of the People’s Party of Canada, has been left off the initial list of federal debate participants. His exclusion by the new Leaders’ Debates Commission is an abhorrent misstep that undermines … Read the rest
By Kristy Koehler, June 13 2019—
Critics of the United Conservative Party’s recently introduced Education Amendment Act say the legislation will put LGBTQ+ student lives at risk.
Darren Lund, a professor at the University of Calgary’s Werklund School of Education … Read the rest
By Calum Robertson, November 21 2018 —
My grandfather often told me that I should avoid discussing religion and politics in conversation, so as to remain respectful and polite. This sentiment still seems to persist today, as the art of … Read the rest
June 22 2018 —
Doug Ford is the next premier of Ontario.
This sentence seemed absurd mere months ago, but Ontario’s June 7 provincial election ended with a decisive victory for Ford’s Progressive Conservatives, taking 76 seats to the opposition … Read the rest
My story is my own. Not everyone will have the same experience but I think it’s important to share mine. Through my journey I’ve learned that I am not alone.
I had an amazing time running in the Students’ Union … Read the rest
By Sean Willett, August 2 2017 —
The Students’ Union is stepping up its advocacy efforts in advance of Calgary’s upcoming municipal election. With students and non-students alike going to the polls in October, the SU wants to inform candidates … Read the rest
By Sean Willett, July 12 2017 —
University of Calgary students this summer may be surprised to see that one of the school’s iconic ‘rocks’ — campus fixtures on which students are allowed to paint messages — has had many … Read the rest