Peyton Veitch

  • It’s time for a living wage

    The fight for $15 is a fight for fairness

  • Childcare is a student issue

    Access benefits education and the economy

  • Democracy is dangerous

    Voting a critical tool for social change

  • The myth of youth apathy

    If the Maclean’s debate failed to produce a decisive moment or “knockout blow,” it did reveal one important truth: young people are not apathetic. We’re alienated from a political process that overlooks the most pressing issues we face.

  • Student Dispatch with Bilan Arte and Peyton Veitch

    Low tuition fees and a high-quality post-secondary education are often framed as an either-or scenario. The argument goes that we can either have low fees and low quality, or high fees and high quality.

  • All issues are student issues

    While most students were cramming for exams, a couple hundred delegates spent November 21-24 in Gatineau for the biannual Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) national general meeting.

  • Twenty-five years of Pride

    The 25th anniversary of the Pride Winnipeg Festival (May 25 to June 3) is an opportunity for members of the local gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, two-spirit and queer (GLBTTQ) community to reflect on how far the community has progressed towards acceptance since the event launched in 1987.

  • City looking to ease restrictions on secondary suites

    The City of Winnipeg’s planning department is proposing major changes that will make it easier for homeowners to construct secondary suites on their property.

  • Local News Briefs

    Kelvin melee leaves five injured; School trustees make provincial pitch; Record-breaking weather; Red River College trains new generation of rail workers; Aboriginal leaders brace for impact of OxyContin withdrawal

  • Local News Briefs

    QuickCare clinics launched; Transit hike scrapped; Elm tree protection strategy in the works; Restaurant owner files legal challenge against mayor; Women’s Day prompts pride and reflection for local women

  • Crashing the Party

    A 32-year-old Winnipeg student believes he can bring a new energy to Canadian politics by running for the federal Liberal leadership.

  • International News Briefs

    Death of journalists in Syria prompts international outcry; Montana governor angry over Keystone delay; Wave of bomb attacks in Iraq leave 50 dead; Leaders offer support for beleaguered Somalia; Iran nuclear program talks collapse

  • Talkin’ ‘bout a revolution

    A fledgling group on campus is hoping to promote student radicalism and raise awareness about revolutionary politics.

  • Local News Briefs

    Big Buff’s lawyer confident over charges; Backlash over transit hike; Reeve concerned annexation on the table; Cops and city still at odds over wages; Local report explores effects of population growth

  • Occupiers carry on despite being shut down

    After the controversial dismantling of their camp in late December, members of Occupy Winnipeg are utilizing new ways to spread their message and attempt to influence public policy.