Have a say in bringing changes to the OPIRG Resource Centre in MUSC 229: a board committee proposed alterations with the goal of making the Resource Centre more interactive and open for students working on public interest issues. A list of their recommendations is reflected in a short survey so we can gauge your thoughts on the changes.
Please take a few minutes to do the survey so your voice will be included.
Barriers of Voting in Hamilton and How They’re Dealing With It By Thanansayan Dhivagaran and Fahad Butt, OPIRG McMaster In Hamilton, voting is a complicated and multifactorial process with several barriers that hinder voter turnout and equitable access . Although Hamilton’s municipal government has the most direct [...]
Voting for your Future, Student Accommodations By Aaliyan Jabbar, OPIRG McMaster It’s not easy being a student; on top of being a student, you have to be an active citizen of your community and country. As citizens of Canada, we have an obligation to participate in [...]
Hamilton River Monsters - The Sewergate Scandal By: Curtis D'Souza, OPIRG McMaster On any given day, how often does the thought of quality cross your mind before you take a sip of that nice cool glass of water? Or before you head to a nice Hamilton beach [...]
Student votes can make a difference in the October municipal election Canadian cities are preparing for the municipal elections scheduled for October 2022 and this is bringing back the old question: how do we get people to vote? We at OPIRG [...]
Student Voting 101: What you need to know for the September 20th, 2021 Election By Aislyn Sax, OPIRG McMaster Ways to Vote In Hamilton, and you are REGISTERED to vote in Hamilton, Vote at your assigned polling place (it should be on your [...]