It remains unclear if BC’s enforcement of sexual assault policies will require Douglas College to create a more specific policy.
It is a move that many have dubbed an outright ban, although the policy does not punish anyone for using natural gas.
What makes this election unique is that the issues at stake are seemingly ones that will greatly affect students and young adults.
It seems that the City of New Westminster has wasted no time in passing projects to aid those struggling to afford housing.
On April 1, a long anticipated totem pole was raised near UBC—a totem pole made to immortalize the memory and experiences of Indigenous children who lived through the residential school experience.
All students interested in the program are not only encouraged to attend the April 18 information session on the program, but required to.
However, there were no other programs announced directly for other students—a disappointment after so many student programs were introduced in the 2016 budget.