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Op-Ed: UTMSU meetings show concern for their membership

UTSU AGMs can’t make the same claim Read More »
NOV 19, 2015 | BY MUNIB SAJJAD
Paris, before we lift the mask

Paris, before we lift the mask

In the first moments after the attack, ‘who were the attackers?’ is a loaded question (image: Breitbart Media) Read More »
NOV 18, 2015 | BY FRASER ALLAN BEST
Morgenstern: UTSU board progress requires honest analysis

Morgenstern: UTSU board progress requires honest analysis

Propose a controversial structure—expect a heated debate Read More »
NOV 18, 2015 | BY ZACH MORGENSTERN
Do we need a Québec-style student’s movement?

Do we need a Québec-style student’s movement?

Ontario students need a specific structure for creating meaningful change in our own provincial tuition context. The fact that education is provincial is key. In Ontario, we think of ourselves as Canadian more than we consider ourselves Ontarians. I.. Read More »
NOV 15, 2015 | BY DYLAN HORNBY
Offensive musicians are banned while comedians get a finger wag

Offensive musicians are banned while comedians get a finger wag

Before Action Bronson even stepped onstage at Dundas Square, there was outrage across Toronto, and he was banned. But for comedians, it’s not the same. JFL42 has come and gone, and public outrage has been, for the most part, subdued. Read More »
NOV 14, 2015 | BY FRASER ALLAN-BEST
Blame Mul“blairism,” not Mul“blair”

Blame Mul“blairism,” not Mul“blair”

Mulcair’s critics from the left have compared him to Tony Blair, the British Labor leader who shifted his party to the centre in the ’90s as a strategy to win elections, but I don’t see Mulcair’s non-resignation as a disaster for the NDP. Read More »
NOV 09, 2015 | BY ZACH MORGENSTERN
Liberals bound to electoral reform

Liberals bound to electoral reform

If the Liberals want to make themselves re-electable—as any party should—it needs to make meaningful, but not radical, reform. Read More »
OCT 24, 2015 | BY FRASER ALLAN BEST
Bill C-24 and the slow death of liberalism

Bill C-24 and the slow death of liberalism

Under this law, 800,000 people have become second-class citizens. I am one of them. I don’t have the same rights, I don’t have the same freedoms, I am simply not as Canadian. I have been condemned to a status lesser than a Citizen, and why? Becau.. Read More »
OCT 24, 2015 | BY BARBOD POURNAJAR
The Liberal Win Is An Understandable Surprise

The Liberal Win Is An Understandable Surprise

In a battle for the “anyone but Harper” vote, Liberals were an unlikely winner (image: Canadian Press) Read More »
OCT 20, 2015 | BY FRASER ALLAN BEST
The Globe was right … there’s no leader to back

The Globe was right … there’s no leader to back

I endorse stopping Harper, but won’t back Trudeau or Mulcair Read More »
OCT 19, 2015 | BY ZACH MORGENSTERN
 
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