Fees that support student unions and other campus groups will no longer be mandatory, according to new post-secondary tuition and ancillary fee guidelines from the Ontario government. On Friday, the…
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(Kiki Cekota/ Ryersonian) In June 2018, history was made in the riding of Toronto Centre when a New Democrat was elected to represent the riding at the provincial level. The…
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Kristyn Wong-Tam will be returning to city hall as councillor for the third term in a row, representing residents from Ward 13 under Toronto’s new 25-ward model. The newly elected Toronto Centre councillor celebrated her victory Monday night at The Jason George on Front Street along with about 50 other people. Her win was not unexpected, as polls consistently showed her in first place.
Toronto’s election process has officially begun. With advanced polling stations now closed, and election day around the corner on Oct. 22, many people may be trying to decide who to…
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Gender is the single largest factor in whether undergraduate students run for school elections, according to a recent report from the University of Alberta.
The study, named Identity Matters! found that women are just as interested in student politics as men, but are far less likely to actually run.