Skye Legault

  • In 2020, Provincial Law Still Forbids Women From Taking Husband’s Surname

    How Quebec’s 1981 Law Reinforces Patriarchal Values

    Marriage no longer entails a woman signing herself over to her husband and abandoning her own ambitions and rights.
    If anything, women assuming their spouse’s surname today might serve to reinforce the strong bond that is shared between them.

  • Sex Ed(itorial): Is My Birth Control Ruining My Life?

    How to Navigate Your Options and Self-Advocate at the Doctor’s Office

    Now more than ever, women want to—and should—have that sense of empowerment that comes with making the right choices for their body, especially when it comes to practicing safe sex.

  • Jazz Up Your Space

    A Vogue-Worthy Apartment Is Still Achievable on a Student Budget

    The interior design of an apartment or dorm is important, since it sets the tone of the space and can determine how the person will feel while living in the environment.

  • Pipe Dream: Canada’s Love of Oil

    Our Nation’s Oil, From Alberta to Saudi Arabia

    As TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline was exiled in 2017, the TransMountain pipeline is still awaiting approval from the Federal government, but could commence this summer if accepted. The fight between environmentalists and those in favour of the economy and oil has been long. But for those disapproving of Canadian oil, how does Saudi Arabian oil fit into the picture?