Why You Should Go Out to the Polls on Monday
Remember there will be an outcome anyway. Better have your say.
Quebec’s Law is Missing the Point Entirely
Why ban cannabis symbols from being displayed and sold in specialty stores?
We Can’t Keep Pushing Interns and Lower Income Students to the Side
Access to higher learning should not be limited to those with the financial means to use a system that discriminates against lower income students.
Tennis’ Outdated Culture Overshadows Players and Talent
Women in sport are not treated the same as men.
No, I Don’t Need to See What a Caricature Has to Say About Politics
You only hear about the absolute worst of the worst, because they’re the only ones that are even worth mentioning.
The Controversy Sparked by Kaepernick’s Protest Seems to be Misguided
Without even realizing it, the former quarterback launched one of the greatest social debates in recent American memory.
ASFA Is at the Centre of a Quebec’s Human Rights Commission Complaint, Again
We hope to see ASFA’s actions reflect a desire to learn from the allegations against Jonathan Roy, and we expect a concise plan of action following the accusations against ASFA.
How Proper Consultation With Indigenous Communities on the Trans Mountain Pipeline Will Benefit Canadians and More
Failing to consult with Indigenous communities is simply repeating the mistakes of the past
Deregulating Tuition Will Make Education Less Accessible
While putting an emphasis on engaging foreign students is positive, international students should not be viewed as commodities and their education should remain affordable.
The Time the Ninth Floor Was on Fire
Feb. 11 will mark the 50-year-anniversary of the Computer Riot, the sit-in against discrimination that escalated, for reasons that still are not clear, into the destruction of the Hall Building computer labs.