Doug Ford

Law professor speaks out against Notwithstanding Clause use

On Sept. 12, Nicholas Bala, a professor in the Faculty of Law, added his name to an open letter condemning Premier Doug Ford’s use of the Notwithstanding Clause.Continue...

New free speech policy makes students and universities less safe

Freedom of speech is a complex issue and cannot be sufficiently tackled through one simple law.Continue...

A conservative on campus

When I told people I was supporting former Prime Minister Stephen Harper in the 2015 federal election in—my first year at Queen’s and first time voting—I was met with silence.Continue...

Premier Ford mandates universities draft free speech protections

On Aug. 30, Premier Doug Ford announced Ontario universities must create policies protecting freedom of speech on all provincially-funded campuses.Continue...

Doug Ford makes campaign stop in Kingston

At a routine campaign stop in Kingston on Sunday afternoon, Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford evaded a pointed question posed to him by The Journal regarding his plan for tuition affordability and how he would fund it.Continue...

Roundtable: What Ford means for the youth vote

Rising tuition costs and a dicey labour market are significant sources of stress, anxiety and economic insecurity for young people—and especially for students.Continue...

Queen’s park catch-up

After a chaotic leadership election, Toronto businessman and former city councillor Doug Ford won the Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership race on Saturday night.Continue...

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