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How this minority government might work

No political party won the majority of power in the Canadian federal election for the first time since 2008. Canadians collectively gave Justin Trudeau’s Liberals...

UWaterloo Conservative leader resigns

Allyson Hildebrandt believes she cannot fully stand behind a political party whose platform she does not completely agree with. Although she was the President of...

NDP candidates propose free tuition Grad House is hosting Waterloo candidates...

  Andrew Moraga, NDP candidate for Kitchener Centre, believes free tuition would eradicate the governments’ liability when it gives out thousands of dollars to high...

Student political groups make their pitch Imprint journalist Ewan Simms spoke...

Jacque German-Doucet , University of Waterloo Young Liberals How many people do you think are part of your group? Changes depend on time. We’ve had...

History of the Indigenous voice Part of an ongoing series by...

Election periods can raise tensions in any groups of people, however productive or divisive in nature they may be. As a Mohawk-European woman studying Planning...

Groupism in federal elections

Not all elections revolve around politicians and voters—most involve organizations that, even though are not politically dominant, manage to leave their own footprint on...

What election issues matter to you?

  Honestly, just jobs and skills training, as well as economy and affordability. We’re all students here, we all want to get jobs. The thing,...