Ontario

Landlord agreements not always legal

When Madi Trenholm found a broken oven in her new apartment, she thought she would just have to ask her landlord to fix it.Continue...

Sex ed curriculum on point

Ontario’s new sexual education curriculum appropriately addresses the educational needs of primary and secondary students.Continue...

Not a bitter pill to swallow

The abortion pill mifepristone is approved in over 60 countries worldwide including the United States, most of Europe and Australia. But not in Canada.Continue...

Barriers to abortion persist

After finding out she was pregnant, a Queen’s student decided to terminate her pregnancy — but waited over a month for an abortion appointment.Continue...

Ontario makes minimum effort

Seventy-five dollars. That’s how much extra I’d make per month if I continued to work the same amount of hours per week.Continue...

Catholic schools are outmoded

Ontario should scrap its outdated Catholic school system and replace it with a model that provides a subsidy to all religious groups.Continue...

Scorn for Wynne-ter storm

In late December, an ice storm struck southern Ontario, hitting Toronto the hardest and leaving hundreds of thousands in the dark for days due to power outages.Continue...

Blame boomers for low turnout

Declining youth voter turnout isn't a new trend. But if we keep teaching young voters that the issues they care about won't be addressed, we can expect them to stay away.Continue...

Why the student vote matters

Politicians won't prioritize student concerns unless students vote.Continue...

Ontario e-registration voting tool targeted towards students

Ontario’s Chief Electoral Officer Greg Essensa believes voting in the province has taken a major step towards modernizing with the introduction of an e-registration system.Continue...

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