Politics

Juan Guaido was recognized by European nations as Venezuela’s acting president after Nicolas Maduro, Venezuela's president, didn't comply with demands to call for presidential elections....

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The Protect Our Greenbelt event hosted at University of Guelph featured guest speakers like Ontario Green Party leader Mike Schreiner....

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Ryan Glaysher A new year means new free speech policies for all of Ontario’s publicly funded colleges and universities. In a statement from his office last August, Premier Doug Ford said all colleges and universities...

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After CBC requested a FOI, Doug Ford's meeting with controversial figure Jordan Peterson was brought to the publics attention ...

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2019-20 Academic year has started off with the major changes in OSAP and tuition announced by the Ontario government. ...

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The UN Global Compact for Migration—a non-legally binding global agreement that Canada has signed to provide protections to migrants—was the target of the demonstration on Saturday....

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America’s turn to Democratic Socialism

November 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

Ryan Glaysher Queens N.Y. – Asked why she considers herself a socialist, Laura Shepard, a millennial supporter of Congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, is simple and direct. “Socialism to me means providing a bottom to society in...

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Flint water crisis four years later

November 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

Laxana Paskaran, Michelle Guo, and Lola Waheed FLINT, Mich – The heart of downtown Flint, a mere four-hour drive from Toronto, looks like a ghost town with only a few residents walking down the streets...

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Congresswoman-elect, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, represents the new face of American politics—outspoken, racialized and a member of the working class....

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Democrats take the win in Michigan

November 7, 2018 | 0 Comments

Michigan will get a blue governor for 2019, as Whitmer beat out Republican candidate Bill Schuette by about 10 points for the highest seat in the state....

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