Ontario

Province mandates Ontario campuses to adopt sexual assault policies

Just four days after Queen’s approved its sexual assault policy, the Ontario government passed new sexual violence legislation mandating that all Ontario college and universities create separate sexual assault policies.Continue...

UPDATED: Ontario’s new budget to cover tuition for post-secondary students

Post-secondary students from lower income houses will soon be paying little to nothing to attend universities and colleges in Ontario.Continue...

Ontario university funding formula to be renewed

The Ontario government will be revising the way they give funding to universities in the province, which could alter the way Queen’s receives funding.Continue...

What's in a Gael?

Many people think of Queen’s students as just a bunch of kids from Toronto.

But when it comes to the Gaels varsity teams, there’s more diversity than some would think, though they do...Continue...

Calorie count not enough

The Ontario government’s efforts to include nutrition data on menus is worthwhile, but encouraging healthy choices can’t stop there.Continue...

Sex ed revamp overdue

Ontario’s current sexual education and health curriculum — established in 1998 — is alarmingly outdated.Continue...

Student initiative needed

Universities can offer as many career resources as they want, but it doesn’t matter if students aren’t taking their own initiative.Continue...

QJPolitics: Surprise election results

Premier Kathleen Wynne survived a job performance review on June 12, when she led the Ontario Liberal Party (OLP) to victory. The surprise of the night, even for the OLP, was her...Continue...

Services accomodate increase

The Ontario government is raising the minimum wage to $11 an hour, effective June 1.Continue...

John Gerretsen announces retirement

After 40 years of service, Kingston Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) John Gerretsen has announced his forthcoming retirement.Continue...

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