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Minimum Wage Should be Abolished: Calvin Boghart, Contributor The first minimum wage was imposed back in 1938 and set at a modest sum of 25-cents an hour. Many workers have lost their jobs since then because of this misguided policy. Its unintended consequences have been well-documented for nearly 80 years. For instance, Economis...
KPIRG Holds AGM, Elects New Director: Braden Klassen, Contributor The Kwantlen Public Interest Research Group’s Annual General Meeting was held on March 13 in the Cedar building’s conference room. The purpose of the AGM was to give student members a chance to vote on motions proposed by the PIRG, as well as vote in the new director, ...
The Many Meanings of Intersectional Feminism: Alyssa Laube, Associate Editor Feminism has historically been dominated by privileged voices. Its first and second waves were largely a white, straight, cisgender, middle class woman’s game. Marginalized groups have been continually pushed to the wayside from the early days of women’s suffrage un...
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WTF ! Colin you never post anything remotely interesting any more: :(
Helo Colin. I have worked with envy security. I am not going to confirm or deny any allegations you might have. What I will ask is this. How would you deal with a bunch of angry mob mentality students with weapons and organization? How can you expect a fe: lol
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Controversies continue for Kwantlen Student Association: Photo of Justine Franson courtesy of Matt DiMera. To read a response to this article from the Kwantlen Student Association, please click here. On April 1st, the day that the Kwantlen Student Association’s new executives took office, the KSA’s five rookie execs voted to designate their Directo...
We want a sweet deal!: Students from Kwantlen University visited the B.C. Legislature last Thursday with a sweet gift for the premier. Derek Robertson, KSA External Affairs Director, presented a giant chocolate U-Pass to remind legislators of the Liberal government’s campaign promise to deliver a standard transportatio...

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