NDP

$15 federal minimum wage just a headline grabber

As great as a $15 federal minimum wage sounds, it’s unclear how the NDP’s recent proposal will help relieve poverty.Continue...

Why the student vote matters

Politicians won't prioritize student concerns unless students vote.Continue...

Roundtable: What Horwath 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 e specially for students.Continue...

Ian Arthur sits down with The Journal

Ian Arthur is the NDP candidate for Kingston and the Islands.Continue...

Q&A with provincial NDP nominee Ian Arthur

This week, Ian Arthur, the NDP nominee for Kingston & the Islands, sat down with The Journal to talk policy and the upcoming 2018 provincial election. Arthur is the head chef at the popular downtown restaurant Chez Piggy.Continue...

Part 1: What Mulcair means for the youth vote

At a time when low voter turnout among Canadian youth makes us an unattractive target for politicians, NDP leader Tom Mulcair views young people as a legitimate voting population.Continue...

As Mulcair steps right, Trudeau steers left

Challenging the status quo of being Canada’s left, NDP leader Thomas Mulcair looks as though he’s shaping his party to be a more centrist option for voters in the 2015 federal election.

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The Liberal rebuild

As the Liberal Party enters a substantial rebuilding phase, it’s useful to reflect on the results of the recent election and its implications for the future.Continue...