Having the campus media at the centre of elections for our student unions, by asking tough questions and ensuring that candidates are prepared for any issue that may arise if elected, is critical to the proper functioning of an open and transparent student democracy.
If there’s one thing technology can’t do, is replace the fundamental need for passion and curiosity in this field.
Through this editorial, we hope that we have opened your eyes to the issue and provided some insight on both ends of the argument. We encourage you to do your own research, and speak to your Indigenous classmates and colleagues to understand their thoughts on the ruling.
If the SFUO wants to convince students that they have any legitimate influence in the affairs of their own federation, they must uphold the decision made at the GA to reverse the salary increases.
In general, motions in Canada are largely symbolic. For example, in 2015 Parliament unanimously passed a motion to make combating anti-Semitism a priority in Canada’s domestic and international activities. So why all the fuss about a motion for similar action against Islamophobia?
This week, the Fulcrums highlights some key historical figures that should get more recognition in the month of February.
If you’re under the impression that Canada is a perfectly safe haven for Muslim people, it’s time to take a step back, recognize your privilege, and listen to the Muslim community around you.
It’s important to recognize that the current campaign serves to alienate members of the very community it proclaims to help.