Dog Food is Just Unfair
Imagine a sizzling, perfectly peppered piece of filet mignon—now top that off with some sautéed mushrooms and gravy. Mmm, an exciting prospect for a meat-loving omnivore.
I Got Drunk at Larondeen
Going to La Ronde is as Quebecois as tourtière, and although most of us have fond memories of the place, trust that you’re better off leaving it in the past.
How to Handle Those Fast Approaching Winter Blues
We’ve turned back the clocks. Scarves and tuques are coming out of their back-of-the-closet hibernation.
“Because it’s 2015.”
Examining Sexism in the Restaurant Industry
Cara Operations Limited, a company which owns several restaurant chains across Canada, recently revised a new dress code following complaints from female staff that it was too revealing.
Hey, winter. Listen, I have something to tell you and it’s, uh, important.
An Ex-Smoker’s View on the Deadliest Trend
Light slowly penetrates the curtains as fragments of dust glitter through the stagnant dry air, and I awaken from my heavy slumber. My thoughts for a few seconds are pure and innocent—then suddenly I remember, I need my fix. *
Fecal Matter and The Dehumanization Of The Syrian Struggle
Earlier this week, I had to endure one of the most traumatic and triggering experiences of my life at the hands of a local art collective called Fecal Matter.
School of Community and Public Affairs Students and Faculty Oppose Quebec Austerity
This autumn marks the beginning of yet another round in the fight against the Couillard government’s continuing budget cuts.
When you see anti-austerity banners in the Hall building, do you think of the many public sectors suffering from extreme budget cuts? Do you think of what austerity has done to doctors and subsequently, their patients, who cannot receive the same level of treatment as before?
We don’t have a united front, and we’ve lost touch with the core of the movement.