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Recap: AMS executive candidates’ debate

An audience flocked to Wallace Hall on Tuesday to hear the AMS executive candidates answer student-submitted questions and hash out differences in their platforms.Continue...

Debate sparked over Canadian Federation of Students involvement at campus

On Oct. 23, an advertisement was posted on the Queen’s New Democratic Party’s Facebook page for a Town Hall meeting involving the Canadian Federation of Students on the topic of Ontario tuition fees.Continue...

SGPS debate sees little contention

With five of the six positions uncontested, this year’s graduate society all-candidates’ debate saw more cohesion than contention.Continue...

Step 1 for candidates: show up

Kingston’s local federal candidates seem to have come down with a bad case of stage fright that is unbecoming of a future MP.Continue...

Confront the closing of Canadian citizenship

The burgeoning Canadian identity is something to be concerned about.Continue...

QJPolitics: First exec debate lacks action

David Hadwen is the Journal’s political columnist and will be offering his personal insight on the AMS elections. Hadwen is a fourth-year political studies student and is not...Continue...

Presidential candidates conclude debates

At the all-candidates debate for AMS president, all three teams agreed the most difficult decision faced by this year’s executive was the Queen’s Bands suspension.Continue...

Vice-presidential candidates collide in debate

The AMS vice-presidential candidates debate saw clashing views between the teams running for AMS executive.Continue...

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