AMS election

On board with Team CBW

The Journal’s Editorial Board has full confidence in Team CBW as the AMS’s incoming executive.Continue...

Team JDL prepare to take office

Team JDL still can’t believe they’re the incoming AMS executive.Continue...

Team ETC takes audience questions at open forum

On Jan. 27, the AMS held their executive candidate open forum for uncontested Team ETC.

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Team ETC zeroes in on rebuilding student trust

This year’s uncontested candidates for AMS executive, Team ETC, say they’ll put students first.

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2022 AMS executive candidates ratified in January assembly

On Jan. 20, AMS Assembly gathered to ratify a slate of Winter Referendum fees, validate the candidates running for AMS executive, as well as discuss clubs’ policy, return to in-person operations, and police presence on campus.Continue...

Team RTZ elected next AMS Executive

In the first contested election in three years, Team RTZ won the AMS Executive election with a total voter turnout of 18.2 per cent.

 

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How to vote in AMS Elections

With the campaign period hitting its final days, AMS voting is just a handful of days away. Follow along as Assistant News Editor Julia Harmsworth runs through the process of voting, step by step...Continue...

60 Seconds with Teams RTZ and TIA

The Journal sat down with AMS executive hopefuls Ryan Sieg, Zaid Kasim, and Tiana Wong of Team RTZ and Tabassum Pasha, Isaac Sahota, and Amelia Cockerham of Team TIA to chat about their...Continue...

More than 2,500 can’t vote in AMS elections after membership opt-outs

More than 2,500 Queen’s students will be prevented from casting a ballot in the AMS elections after opting out of the Society’s membership fee in September.Continue...

For third year in a row, AMS executive election uncontested

For the third year in a row, the AMS executive election will be uncontested, leaving one team to vie for the confidence of a majority of voters on election day.

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