Vote Compass is a quiz of 30 questions and statements about relevant political issues such as defence, economy, environment, government programs, immigration and multiculturalism, moral values, parliamentary reform, Quebec and taxes.
Not only is the library a wicked cool place to hang out and get your learn on, it is also one of the most radical places around. In fact, they are a microcosm of what some anarchists believe an ideal society can and should look like.
From Oct. 19 to 23 advance polls will be open in Place Riel to students regardless of which wards they live in. This is the first time early voting has been available on campus for a civic election.
As if the workload of homework and exams was not enough, one University of Saskatchewan student wants to add on the duties of a city councillor. Justin Lasnier, a fourth year public administration student, is vying for a council seat in the Oct. 28 election.
After years of minority governments, people have gotten used to constant talk of elections. But whether or not Canadians go to the polls this fall, the recently formed Pirate Party of Canada is vying for voters' attention. “A lot of people hear ”˜Pirate Party' and assume that it's all about ”˜get your content for free,' ”
With debate over the development of nuclear power beginning to heat up, Saskatchewan seems on the brink of a nuclear war of words. The issue came to centre stage last year when the Canadian nuclear power company Bruce Power indicated it was investigating the prospects for developing a commercial-size nuclear reactor