Elections

On the campaign trail with executive candidates

The Journal talks to the AMS executive candidates about life on the campaign trail.Continue...

Mary Rita Holland by a hair

New Democrat Mary Rita Holland would make the most effective Member of Provincial Parliament for Kingston and the Islands. Though she lacks the years of experience of Liberal incumbent John Gerretsen,
Holland’s approachability and knowledge of student issues make her a stand out.Continue...

Tyler MacIntyre, undergraduate trustee, resigns post after one year

Undergraduate Trustee Tyler MacIntyre resigned from the remainder of his two-year term effective June 1,2020, on Jan. 13, due to the completion of his undergraduate degree. An election to appoint the new undergraduate trustee will be held in March.Continue...

ComSoc and ResSoc elect next executive

This weekend, substantial majorities elected two societies’ future executives, with one team winning for the second time.Continue...

AJW voted next AMS executive

As voting closed Tuesday, a 30.1 per cent turnout rate elected next year’s student leaders.

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Careful election coverage promotes political engagement

Whether the election you’re following is on campus or the world stage, community journalists are positioning their political coverage carefully.Continue...

SGPS presidential debate recap

Presidential candidates faced off at the executive open forum on Friday for their final confrontation before the Jan. 28 to 29 elections.Continue...

Residence Society to hold second vote after results nullified

ResSoc has restarted its executive election following the nullification of results on Jan. 23.Continue...

CESA Executive debate recap

On Friday night, CESA candidate teams RAY and Illuminate pitched similar platform points at the Association’s executive debate.Continue...

Vice-president student affairs candidate to run uncontested

Taylor Brooks is running for COMPSA’s most people-oriented position, hoping a win will increase student engagement.Continue...

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