Elections

AMS executive all-candidates meeting sees minimal turnout and 'lack of engagement'

Traditionally, the AMS all-candidates meeting is where teams of three interested in running for student government executive gather to show their intent to run. However, this Tuesday’s meeting held in Dunning Hall saw only one candidate who remains unsure of her willingness to run, and no opposition.Continue...

Ontario e-registration voting tool targeted towards students

Ontario’s Chief Electoral Officer Greg Essensa believes voting in the province has taken a major step towards modernizing with the introduction of an e-registration system.Continue...

QUCA chooses to endorse Maxime Bernier for Conservative leadership

“Kevin O’Leary is saying ‘I will be able to beat Justin Trudeau’, but it could be tough for him to have the support of Quebecers"Continue...

Small but supportive turn out for CPC hopeful Chris Alexander campus talk

Kevin O’Leary’s talk at Queen’s filled Grant Hall, even the balconies, with approximately 1000 people. On Tuesday, his opponent Chris Alexander’s brought out only 24 people, competing with a squeaky air conditioner in Room 3 in Macdonald Hall to be heard.Continue...

Volume 145 Editor in Chief elected

At approximately 6 p.m. on Tuesday evening, it was announced that Joseph Cattana had been successfully voted in as the incoming Editor in Chief for Volume 145 (2017-18) of The Queen’s Journal.Continue...

AMS executive-in-waiting

When Team JBP walked into The Journal’s office on Monday evening, they arrived a relaxed version of their campaign selves. Gone were matching shades of blue and business-casual, replaced with matching grey sweatshirts they swore were accidental.Continue...

ASUS elections team investigating several complaints

After a turbulent few days for the three ASUS executive team candidates, two teams took to Facebook to encourage voters on who they should rank second on the winter elections ballot.Continue...

ASUS Exec and Senator Debate Recaps

ASUS election debates revealed two distinct perceptions of the society — that it’s failed and that it’s inspired.Continue...

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...

Exception made for Lockridge prior to final Assembly decision

For AMS Secretariat Miguel Martinez, an unprecedented decision in AMS Assembly was preceded weeks in advance, by a conversation behind office doors. For him, the decision came down to the placement of a comma.Continue...

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