Politics

Premier backlash

When Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty visited Kingston on Friday, he was greeted by a group of a dozen or so teachers protesting against Bill 115.Continue...

Horwath talks tuition, student employment

The Ontario NDP is committed to solving student issues in the province, says the president of the Queen’s NDP branch.Continue...

Elizabeth May comes to campus

MP Elizabeth May sat down with the Journal to talk about student voting, environmental activism and the Green Party’s future.Continue...

Queen's takes the Hill

It's the responsibility of young Canadians to understand the value of voting, but it's also the responsibility of parliamentarians and pundits to promote the importance of engaging in the democratic processContinue...

Socialist writer speaks to students

Students and Kingston locals gather to hear writer Richard Dufour speak on the Occupy movement and its place in socialist discourse.Continue...

Campus file-sharing draws attention

Queen's Information Technology Services receives complaints from major film companies concerning illegally downloaded files on the network.Continue...

Trudeau stops by

In the first installment of the sit-down series this year, Justin Trudeau speaks to the Journal about student issues, engagement and his time in the political sphere.Continue...

Candidates talk student issues

The Journal spoke to provincial candidates about the issues that affect students most.Continue...

The realities of being a young woman of colour in politics

I never understood why women of colour are so underrepresented in Canadian politics.Continue...

The fight for paid sick days continues through a pandemic. It shouldn’t.

In 2018, the newly-elected Ford government cancelled all mandatory paid sick days. Since then, health advocates and labour activists have been fighting to bring them back. In a global pandemic with a contagious virus, paid sick days are more vital than ever.

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