Written by Think Forward Staff   
Thursday, 03 September 2015

If you're voting for the first time in this year's federal election, or you haven't had time to read through each of the parties' platforms, you might be wondering where you stand in relation to the major parties on important political issues, and which party is most aligned with your views. 

Written by Pablo Godoy   
Monday, 17 August 2015

Over the next several weeks, much will be made of the political parties and leaders that are vying for voters’ support in the October 19th Federal Election. Debates will undoubtedly be heated, informative, and in some cases, misleading. And, much like in elections past, commentators will ask the perpetually unanswered question: why is it that a majority of young people don't vote?

Written by Think Forward Staff   
Friday, 31 July 2015

Almost three years after fast food workers in the U.S. staged nationwide protests calling for a $15 minimum wage, the "Fight for 15" is gaining huge momentum across North America, with the province of Alberta and cities like Seattle, Los Angeles, and San Francisco approving $15 wages, and the state of New York preparing to do the same for workers in the fast food industry.

Written by Think Forward Staff   
Monday, 20 July 2015

With the 2015 Federal Election just a few months away, climate change has yet to emerge as a major campaign issue, despite the fact that global emissions continue to rise and severe weather events – like the recent forest fires in Western Canada – are becoming commonplace. 


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