Election

Kingston and the Islands remains a red riding

After a month and a half of campaigning, Liberal candidate Sophie Kiwala has become the first new MPP for Kingston and the Islands in 19 years.Continue...

Team BACK takes CESA

Team BACK, the only team that ran for the Concurrent Education Student Association (CESA) executive, won a vote of confidence Wednesday night.Continue...

CESA team to boost student input

Team BACK, the only team in the race for the Concurrent Education Students’ Association (CESA) executive, is looking to increase student involvement in CESA.Continue...

Teams talk ResSoc election

Profiles of the three teams running for ResSoc executive.Continue...

Team JohnTom takes ASUS executive elections

The team for next year’s Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) won with 65 per cent of the vote.Continue...

Candidate quizzes

The Journal tests the AMS executive candidatesContinue...

Debate differentiates candidates

At Wednesday night’s rector debate, all six candidates agreed that effectively communicating with students is a priority. But each candidate has a different approach in mind.Continue...

Provincial election debates 2011 liveblog

Ted Hsu takes Kingston and the Islands

Liberal candidate Ted Hsu clinched the Kingston and the Islands riding on Monday night. Hsu said his win is crucial in an election that saw the Conservative party gain a majority and the NDP oust the Liberals as the official opposition.Continue...

Harper whistle stop brings pride and protest

Stephen Harper made a 45 minute stop at a Minos Village Restaurant in Kingston Friday afternoon.Continue...

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