Category Archives: PSSA Events
You’ve heard the fuss over the Occupy Wall Street movement. For a while now, “We are the 99%” has been the rallying cry of many. But what about the 1%? Where do they fit in the political equation? Where should they be? … Continue reading
Upper Cafeteria at UNBC today at 5:30 PM: Come discuss the pros and cons of the safe injection program in BC with the Political Science Student Association. One of the key policy makers of the program will be leading the … Continue reading
Good food. Good people. Good conversations. What more can we ask for? We had a fantastic time at our annual politician’s dinner! A big thank you to all the politicians who took time off their busy schedules to talk to … Continue reading
Behind the hard-working men and women who work tirelessly to make sure our cities, our provinces, and our country are governed well, are regular people. Get to know your politicians on a personal level! The UNBC PSSA wants to extend … Continue reading
The nomination and campaign period for the Political Science Student Association has begun! Positions Open: President Vice President – Internal Vice President – External Vice President – Finance Interested candidates are asked to send in a short statement of interest … Continue reading
This is a guest post by Rob Currie-Wood, President of the UNBC Young Conservatives. He can be reached at curriewr @ unbc.ca. Jerrilyn Schembri gave a great presentation to the PSSA regarding her candidacy for the Conservative Party in the Prince George-Peace … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who came out to the most recent Eat, Drink & Be Controversial! You being there allowed us get some interesting discussions going. While arguments can be made for PM Stephen Harper as the cunning/lucky politician systematically destroying … Continue reading
On February 2, Dr. Lacharite will discuss: “Stephen Harper, democrat or despot?” Be upstairs in the cafeteria at 2PM!
Event is also open to those of us a little beyond our frosh year!
“Lest we forget…” “Canada ponders plan to keep nearly 1000 troops in Afghanistan” “Staying in Afghanistan is the right thing to do” These are just few of the headlines this week. Where’s your voice in the conversation? The PSSA is … Continue reading