The candidates talk campaigning during a pandemic, student engagement, the union’s transparency and more.
The results are in: the University of Saskatchewan’s undergraduate body has chosen its students’ union executive members for the 2015–16 academic year.
With the turn of the calendar to 2015, Saskatchewan entered both a federal and a provincial election year.
Buzzwords are used to impress so it’s no surprise this year’s USSU candidates all embraced certain slogans.
Public participation in Canada, such as voting in elections, has plummeted in recent years and young people are especially likely to be disengaged.
Introduced in the beginning of February, Bill C-23 will fundamentally change the nature of elections and democracy in Canada.
Elections for Members of Student Council will now be regulated by the students’ union, administered through PAWS and held in conjunction with the springtime executive election, following a majority vote at the Nov. 17 University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union annual general meeting.
With Canadians heading to the polls again for the third time in five years, here's a run-down of everything a student needs to know before voting day on May 2.
Through the magic of YouTube, here are six of the seven candidates running for city council in Ward 7. The by-election takes place Wednesday Feb. 9
The latest Conservative attack ads against Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff are not only a bad smear job, but they also insult our intelligence.