Justin Trudeau

Canada’s government has announced that Huguette Labelle, a former chancellor of the University of Ottawa, will lead the Independent Advisory Board on Senate Appointments, an advisory body that suggests Senate appointments to the prime minister. There are 22 spots that currently need to be filled, and the government has said they intend to fill them …

Four dead following school shooting in small Saskatchewan town In the small northern community of La Loche Saskatchewan, a shooting which took place at two locations, a local high school and a nearby city block, has left four people dead and several others wounded. The shooting took place on Friday, Jan.. 22. Shots were fired …

Upcoming CFS meeting to cover a variety of issues The Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) will be holding its 34th Annual General Meeting  Nov. 22-25 this year, according to Studentunion.ca. On the agenda are motions such as making it easier for student unions to decertify from the CFS, launching a campaign in support of a …

All questions to Prime Minister now returned with generic answer In a prime  example of finding a good sound bite and sticking with it, Justin Trudeau has begun answering every question asked of him with “because it’s 2015.”  His response to a reporter’s question about why a gender equal Cabinet was so important became an …

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?

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