The Cross Canada Project – Wikwemikong First Nations
Owen Thompson is an Indigenous student studying at Guelph-Humber. Owen is part of the Ojibwe, Wikwemikong First Nations Tribe, and has had a lot to say about the Liberal government and Justin Trudeau over the last few years. I caught up with Owen on his reading week to discuss... Read more
The Cross Canada Project – Quebec
The election is getting closer and many have already voted in advance, with roughly 4.7 million people voting in advance polls over the Thanksgiving weekend, according to Election Canada. Schools like Humber College offered people a space on campus to vote. While many young people are engaging more with... Read more
The Cross Canada Project – Ontario
Barrie, Ont. resident Jacob Sanderson, 19,  will be voting for the first time in this election. The advertising and marketing graduate says he has something he likes about all the parties and says he cannot decide who will get his vote.  Sanderson says he cares deeply about the environment... Read more
The Cross Canada Project – Nova Scotia
Naomi Montaneau, 20, resides in Halifax Nova Scotia.  Naomi discusses her concern on climate change, social media’s role in the federal campaign, and her excitement on voting for the first time. Naomi also looks at how her school has helped her develop a passion for politics.   Read more
The Cross Canada Project  – New Brunswick
By Luka Tskhadaia Fallon Hewitt, 22, is a former Humber College student who is now a reporter and photographer in New Brunswick. As a journalist working for Telegraph-Journal newspaper, she had a lot to say about the upcoming elections, and how they may affect New Brunwsick.  Hewitt speaks out... Read more
The Cross Canada Project  – Prince Edward Island
Elijah Smith is from Charlottetown,  Prince Edward Island and studying political science at the University of Prince Edward Island.  He talks about the issues of concern to him, how family traditions have affect voting patterns on the Island in the past, and how he thinks the election will go. Read more
The Cross Canada Project – Saskatchewan
Hawa Baloch, 26,  is a financial analyst for the provincial government in Saskatchewan. Baloch is an environmental activist who attends rallies and participates in the fight against climate change. She says she has been keeping up with the federal campaign and cares deeply about environmental issues and minority issues.... Read more
The Cross Canada Project – Manitoba
“As a young person, a lot of my issues stem from the environment,” says Carina Smal, a 20-year-old general science student at the University of Manitoba. Smal was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She says she has always been passionate about the environment. In the interview with Skedline... Read more
The Cross Canada Project – Alberta
Stevie Rae Elgersman feels politically isolated in the small town of Brooks, Alta.  He’s too far away from anywhere to participate in the Global Climate Strikes, the only symbols of LGBT pride his town has ever put into place were immediately vandalized, and so far, he’s only been motivated... Read more
The Cross Canada Project –Credits
Skedline reporters Jack Anderson Hadeel Al-Sayyed Mariana Belham Jacob Brooks Madi Cyr Jadan Hamilton Christian Holmes Emma Moeck Ria Paul Nimrit Singh Sarah Taher Luka Tskhadaia Regina Yohana Jacob White Graphic and Webpage design by Madi Cyr (@MadiCyr_) Faculty advisors/Technical advisor Matt Elliott, Siobhan Moore, Matthew Stevens Journalism degree... Read more