Government

Watch the watchmen

Last week, Canadian soil became the grounds for two repugnant lone wolf attacks against servicemen.Continue...

Q&A with Kingston & the Islands MPP Sophie Kiwala

Liberal MPP Sophie Kiwala (Kingston & the Islands) sat down with The Journal for a Q&A about the Ontario government’s many recent policy endeavours.Continue...

6,000 Kingston students receiving free tuition this year with new OSAP

This year more than 6,000 postsecondary students in Kingston received free tuition through new changes to the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP), according to the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development.Continue...

AMS summer in review

With the newly appointed Vice-President (Operations) Chelsea Hollidge on board, AMS executive Team JCP is gearing up for the start of the school year. The team is entering the year with significant progress made on some of their platform points, while others have proven more difficult to advance.Continue...

Generation Screwed debt clock tours Ontario universities

Students walking past the corner of University Ave. and Union St. on Tuesday morning were faced with some daunting numbers, and a grim perspective on our generation’s financial future.Continue...

Program to improve access to Aboriginal self-identification

New funding from the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities aims to make self-identification more accessible and impactful for Aboriginal students at Queen’s.Continue...

As Mulcair steps right, Trudeau steers left

Challenging the status quo of being Canada’s left, NDP leader Thomas Mulcair looks as though he’s shaping his party to be a more centrist option for voters in the 2015 federal election.

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Scary Stephen

Stephen Harper is no stranger to the politics of fear, a strategy he’s effectively used to his advantage. His goal is to make voters fearful of the economic consequences if he’s voted out of office.Continue...

AMS in Review

With only 26 days left in office, AMS executive JDL hopes students have seen their year as a memorable one.Continue...

Unfair advantages

Post-secondary education needs to change, but not in the way Tim Hudak is suggesting.Continue...

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