On Monday, Nov. 27, Navdeep Bains, minister of innovation, science, and economic development announced a new initiative to provide paid internships for post graduate students.
To help clear things up, the Tomato managed to get an interview with Trudeau. Suspiciously, the prime minister declined to make any comment, movement, or even blink.
On Nov. 17, Liberal candidate and dean of the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law, common law section, Nathalie Des Rosiers was elected as a member of provincial parliament (MPP) for the Ottawa-Vanier riding.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau campaigned on a promise to “repeal the problematic elements of Bill C-51, and introduce new legislation that better balances our collective security with our rights and freedoms.”
Throughout this current election, a number of politicians have jumped on board the electoral reform bandwagon, with a number of mainstream political parties promising this kind of change in their electoral platforms. But what is it about our current system that has three opposition parties calling foul?
A student raised concerns at last week's Graduate Students' Association (GSAÉD) election debates about unopposed finance commissioner candidate Matthew Lafrenière’s involvement with the Liberal Party of Canada.