The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal


Today is the day. Canadians across the country are able to get out and vote for their MP and the party they want to form government.

In 2011, 9 people died of fentanyl overdoses in Alberta.

Just last year, 673 people died.

These numbers, provided by Alberta Health Services (AHS), speak for themselves — the opioid crisis is plaguing our province.

“What do we want?”
“Climate action!”
“When do we want it?”

The Canadian federal election was officially called Wednesday, and some Canadian student associations are already focusing on improving uncertain youth voter turnout.