“You know, our teachers were right. They said to listen. And today we have a Prime Minister that’s saying ‘Let’s listen to Canadians’… to serve in [their] best interest,” said Chagger during her visit to WCI. Continue reading Hometown Hero Bardish Chagger Visits Alma Mater: WCI
“There are people dying in the world for this right and we have it.” Continue reading WCI Votes: A Final Recap of the Election
Below are the results of the mock election that occurred last Friday and the real election that occurred yesterday. Continue reading WCI Votes: The Results
Last Wednesday, WCI students of all grades and political stripes gathered in the school’s auditorium to hear federal candidates for the Waterloo riding debate issues relevant to young Canadians. Continue reading WCI Votes: About the All-Candidates Debate
With October 19 fast approaching, the local candidates were taking every possible opportunity to try to gain voters and sway the undecided by promoting their campaigns and voicing their parties’ platforms. Continue reading Who Are the Local Candidates and What Do They Stand For?
In this episode of Viking Polls, we take a look at how much students and staff at WCI know about the federal election. Continue reading Viking Polls: Voting
Maybe it’s just a product of my uneventful year in highschool, but I get the feeling that every time I am roped into even the most casual of conversations, the topic invariably turns to politics. Either that or the Blue Jays. Continue reading Leighton Zink: Taking Polite Conversation to the Polls