Elections under COVID-19 are an opportunity to see what role youth can play moving forwards. With a reliance on the digital world growing, fresh perspectives are necessary more than ever.
Posts published by “James Casey”
Originally from London, Ontario, James is currently studying Economics and Political Science at uOttawa. He is passionate about shining a spotlight on issues and stories that often receive little attention, and through his writing wants to amplify youth issues in Canadian politics.
The threat of an election has been avoided as the House of Commons unanimously voted in favour of a confidence vote - increasing CERB and introducing a temporary national sick leave program for workers.
The national address was an opportunity for Justin Trudeau to urge Canadians to work together and outline his government's COVID-19 approach.
A historic Throne Speech unlike any other. The Liberal government announced several strong initiatives to combat the COVID-19 pandemic but neglected many bold policies and left out the youth.