Federal Election

Evaluate policies, not bodies

Press coverage dedicated to politicians’ appearances and personalities is diverting focus from the discussion of policies and legitimate concerns.Continue...

Engaging in federal politics is important more often than just once every four years

This year’s federal election was unprecedented in terms of young voter turnout. Now that the election has passed, we have to keep that moment going, not check out of politics until the next time we have the opportunity to cast a ballot.Continue...

Kingston Election Night 2019

Kingston and the island's Liberal candidate Mark Gerretsen was re-elected for a second term, capturing 46 percent of the vote on Oct. 21. The Journal was present on election night as...Continue...

Barrington Walker’s steady student focus earns endorsement

In the upcoming federal election, it’s vital that as Queen’s students, we vote for a candidate that best represents us, our unique priorities, and the community around us.Continue...

Why you should vote for the party, not their leader

The federal election is nearing, and many Canadians are feeling the pressure of having to make a hard moral decision when they hit the polls on Oct. 21.Continue...

Q&As with the Kingston and the Islands candidates

Before the upcoming federal election, The Journal sat down with the five candidates vying for a seat in parliament representing Kingston and the Islands. Candidates were asked questions on topics including the environment, affordability, Indigenous issues and campus sexual violence.Continue...

Why you should vote Conservative this federal election

Voting Conservative on Oct. 21 is necessary to ensure you’re represented by a government that’s both transparent and accountable. For the past four years, Canadians have had a Prime Minister that has twice violated federal ethics laws.Continue...

Why you should vote Liberal this federal election

With the campaign slogan “Choose Forward”, it’s clear that, if re-elected, the Liberal Party will continue to champion a progressive agenda for Canada.Continue...

Why you should vote NDP this federal election

The New Democratic Party presents a progressive vision for Canada in their electoral program , “ A New Deal for People ”: a roadmap to climate action, reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, improved Medicare, affordable housing, better access to post-secondary education, and more.Continue...

At party platform unveiling, Trudeau pledges a number of student assistance measures

When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled his party’s platform at a University of Toronto Mississauga town hall event on Sunday , he outlined a number of student assistance promises.Continue...

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