VICE News: Campus Conservatives Are Still Keeping Their Heads Down in the Age of Trump; by Patrick Lejtenyi
Conservative McGill President Adam Wilson was interviewed as part of a VICE News article exploring the rise of "Trumpism" and the "alt-right" on Canadian campuses. Adam discussed what it's like to be a Conservative on a university campus, his views on President Trump, and why Kellie Leitch is different than Trump and O'Leary.
While attending the French language leadership debate in Quebec City, President Adam Wilson went on air with CBC News to advocate that a bilingual leader was necessary for the CPC.
Montreal Gazette: Tory leadership candidate Kellie Leitch brings message to Montreal; by Aaron Derfel
At the launch event of Kellie Leitch's Quebec tour, our President Adam Wilson was interviewed briefly by the Montreal Gazette on why he is supporting Kellie Leitch in the CPC leadership race.
Conservative McGill member Chad Regan continued our club's trend of writing op-eds for the Prince Arthur Herald, by writing an article advocating that Maxime Bernier is best suited to follow Stephen Harper as the leader of the CPC.
Conservative McGill's President, Adam Wilson, wrote an op-ed for the Prince Arthur Herald advocating for Conservative Party under the leadership of Kellie Leitch.
CAMU's Vice-President, Jessica Lyver, wrote an op-ed for the Prince Arthur Herald detailing her personal experiences with Michael Chong, and why she believes he is the best candidate running for leader of the CPC.
CAMU President Adam Wilson was interviewed live nationwide on CBC by Andrew Nichols. He discussed the potential of a formal youth wing, the changing of the SSM policy, why he's a Conservative, and possible leadership candidates.
Maclean's: Young Conservatives clamour for larger role in shaping party’s future; by Stephanie Gertz
Conservative McGill President Adam Wilson was interviewed as a part of Stephanie Gertz's article on the role of youth in the CPC, during the lead up to the 2016 Convention in Vancouver. He discussed the new vital role that youth are taking on within the party.
Former President of CAMU, Alexei Simakov, published an article today in the Vancouver Sun. In his article he argued in favour of the Conservative Party dropping its current policy stating that marriage is between one man and one woman.
Conservative McGill President Alexei Simakov argues in favour of revenue-neutral carbon pricing in his article, published in the Prince Arthur Herald. He argues that we can protect the environment and grow our economy, through our conservative values.