Tagged: election

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Time to look at election process

The Students’ Association, annually plagued with an irrepressible lack of enthusiasm for elections, is trying to reach students with a cheeky campaign for voting. “Vote Naked” is the slogan, featuring outgoing SAMRU executive members...

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Youth voting: trend or illusion?

by Vini Rocha Last October, Calgary saw an impressive voter turnout with 53 per cent of eligible citizens casting a vote and surprisingly, many young voters turned out to the polls. In the coming...

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MRU’s Naheed Nenshi elected mayor

by Zoey Duncan “Today Calgary is a different place than it was yesterday,” he says. There is a pause for cheers, during which a toothy grin splits across his face. “It’s a better place.”...

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MRU students ‘can make a difference’ in election

by Bryan Weismiller Maybe you’ve been buried under a pile of textbooks lately, or you’ve been preoccupied “sampling” a few pints of Royal 100 in the Liberty Lounge, but Calgary’s 2010 municipal election is...

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Mayoral pool still plenty deep

by Devin Ayotte Fifteen candidates are vying for the mayoral post that Dave Bronconnier is vacating next month, but Mount Royal University political science professor Duane Bratt said it will be business as usual...

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Mayoral Election – 2010

As part of Calgary’s fall election, there are many candidates who have thrown their hats into the mayoral ring. In order to make an informed decision as students at Mount Royal University, we must...

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Civic election should fascinate students

by Zoey Duncan Municipal politics may not strike most Calgarians as riveting or glamorous, but the approach of the 2010 civic election is already highly anticipated by some. Participation in the municipal election is...

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No surprises in SA election

By Zoey Duncan After four-and-a-half hours of waiting for the ballots to be counted, an excited and slightly nervous group of Students’ Association hopefuls finally got their answer. “We had a lot of ballots,...

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Election apathy — what is it good for?

by Edward Osborne There is an election coming up? Big deal. At least that seems to be the overwhelming opinion around MRU. There is literally no contest for the executive council; each open space...