Through Their Eyes: Calgary strangers discuss election issues over tea (Part 2)

 International student shares employment views with man who experienced homelessness

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Through Their Eyes is a video series that examines federal election issues from the perspective of real people. We've paired Calgarians from different backgrounds to explain their points of view on the issues that matter to them. It's not an interview or a debate, it's a conversation, and the Calgary Journal invites you to join in.

Want to weigh in on the issues our participants discussed? Tweet @calgaryjournal with the hashtag #ThroughTheirEyes and tell us your thoughts.

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Through Their Eyes: Calgary strangers discuss election issues over tea (Part 3)

 Aboriginal student talks pensions with retiree

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Through Their Eyes is a video series that examines federal election issues from the perspective of real people. We've paired Calgarians from different backgrounds to explain their points of view on the issues that matter to them. It's not an interview or a debate, it's a conversation, and the Calgary Journal invites you to join in.

Want to weigh in on the issues our participants discussed? Tweet @calgaryjournal with the hashtag #ThroughTheirEyes and tell us your thoughts.

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Through Their Eyes: Calgary strangers discuss election issues over tea (Part 4)

Young father and LGBTQ student defend social programs

Through Their Eyes

Through Their Eyes is a video series that examines federal election issues from the perspective of real people. We've paired Calgarians from different backgrounds to explain their points of view on the issues that matter to them. It's not an interview or a debate, it's a conversation, and the Calgary Journal invites you to join in.

Want to weigh in on the issues our participants discussed? Tweet @calgaryjournal with the hashtag #ThroughTheirEyes and tell us your thoughts.

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Student Streeter: “What is it that you think politicians don’t understand about you?”

The Calgary Journal talks to local university students about their election concerns 

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With the Canadian federal election around the corner, the Calgary Journal visited Mount Royal University and the University of Calgary during a busy lunch hour. In order to identify some young student voters’ concerns, the Calgary Journal asked anyone willing to share, “What is it that you think politicians don’t understand about you?”

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