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Register by 11:59pm on Monday, August 18, 2014 for a
free Student Car Share membership on behalf of Domus!
MLSB made a lot of students happy & athletic this summer, once again!
Let’s take a look at the victories…
2. The winner of the 2014 Race to the Domus Cup, an all-male competition for as many homeruns as possible, is… Cole Chessel!
3. And the winner of the 2014 Race to the Sage Cup, an all-female competition for the most auto singles, is… Katie O’Brien!
4. The winning team of the Chainsaw tournament – although not a Domus sponsored team – are pictured here with the Domus Banner to show their appreciation for Domus and Sage collectively sponsoring 6 teams. Woo!
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THE PROVINCIAL ELECTION is here. Are you going to VOTE?
You have a say. Interested in voting in the provincial election today but don’t know who to vote for? Check out CBC’s Vote Compass!
The vote compass is a survey that consists of a few steps. The first step is answering questions on a rating based system. Then, on a scale from 1 to 10 you rate the importance of the topics from the previous step. Next, they ask you what you already know or think you know about the four parties. Then finally after some demographic questions they will give you results on how you fit in the political landscape and how much you agree with each party.
If you don’t have time for the vote compass or just want a short summary of all the parties running and their stand on major topics, check out this article comparing and contrasting each party and their platforms. (Note: the green party is not in the comparison.)
Finally after learning about all the parties, you can register to vote!
Register here: http://www.elections.on.ca/en-CA/Voters/AddMeToTheList.htm.
Find out where you can vote here: http://faq.elections.on.ca/faq/performsearch.do?type1QuestionId=1