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In September 2009, Alberta resident Amanda Lindhout was far from the comforts of her home. She was no longer surrounded by the crisp grass of Calgary, her scenery replaced by … Continue reading Canada’s No-Ransom Policy in the New Era of Terrorism
By Alexis Kuskevics The practice of criminal libel in Canada is an archaic law that the country should proceed in abolishing, as discussed during the Making Criticism A Crime panel … Continue reading Criminal Libel In Canada: Why Does It Still Exist?
On a Sunday morning, during the first-world battle of people preparing for the holiday season, I decided to take a break from my Christmas shopping and venture into the overly … Continue reading Why I’m Standing Up For Ivanka Trump
What is sex appeal? In current generation’s society, the idea of physical beauty and attractiveness is visualized as loose-clothed woman with blouses and accessories more expensive than our tuition. They live … Continue reading Why You Should Be Enjoying Your Workouts
If you’re my similar brand of human – a lazy, procrastinating young adult who’d rather binge-watch Netflix shows than focus on how to better my lifestyle – then I’m guessing 2016 … Continue reading 5 Ways To Empower Yourself In 2017
Indeed, I am a white, relatively privileged woman, and so my thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement may not be of the upmost value. I do not share experiences … Continue reading The Thing With ‘Black Lives Matter’
2016: A tragic 12 month period in which people dabbed, plastered dog ears on them in order to appear thinner on Snapchat, and a once-infamous reality star became the president-elect of … Continue reading 2016 Year In Review: The Good, The Bad And The Deaths