Provincial Election

Why the student vote matters

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

PC MPP candidate sits down with ‘The Journal’

Gary Bennett is running to be Kingston and the Island’s Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) under the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario (PC). Bennett sat down with The Journal to discuss how his role on City Council and his time as mayor will inform a potential MPP tenure.Continue...

Liberal MPP candidate sits down with ‘The Journal’

Liberal Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) candidate for Kingston and the Islands Ted Hsu, ArtSci ’94, is prepared to combat affordability issues as well as the climate crisis and advocate for economic recovery.Continue...

NDP MPP candidate sits down with ‘The Journal’

Mary Rita Holland, the NDP Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) candidate for Kingston and the Islands, feels mental health is the “absolute most important thing” to her when it comes to university students and the healthcare system.Continue...

Roundtable: What Ford 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 especially for students.Continue...

Roundtable: What Wynne means for the youth vote

The Ontario Liberal’s campaign slogan, “care over cuts,” is indicative of the party’s continued commitment to ensuring both access to equal opportunities and affordable living.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...

Leniency to vote

On Oct. 6 students can ask for academic leniency in order to vote in the Ontario provincial election for Kingston and the Islands.Continue...