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What Can YOU Do To Help The Victims of Australia’s Wildfires?

Since September wildfires have been ravaging across Australia in one of the worst bushfire seasons in memory. Over 15.6 million acres (63,000 sq km) of land have burned, killing 27 people with more going missing […]


“Two-Faced”: Trudeau Mocks Trump at NATO Conference

On Tuesday, world leaders and other delegates met at Buckingham Palace for NATO summit in London, which was meant to promote the unity of the alliance. One of the more significant events that unfolded involved […]


The National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence against Women

Geneviève Bergeron. Hélène Colgan. Nathalie Croteau. Barbara Daigneault. Anne-Marie Edward. Maud Haviernick. Barbara Klucznik. Maryse Laganière. Maryse Leclair. Anne-Marie Lemay. Sonia Pelletier. Michèle Richard. Anne St-Arneault. Annie Turcotte. These are the names of the 14 […]


Could Youtube’s New Policy Bring Destruction?

Content creators on Youtube are facing a HUGE problem. And it’s not just another faulty feature of the website itself, it’s a matter of the law. The battle between Youtubers and the Federal Trade Commission […]

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Results of the New Election and What it Means

To recap briefly, the 2019 Canadian federal election was held on Monday, October 21, 2019, to elect members of the House of Commons to the 43rd Canadian Parliament. Elections Canada began publishing live preliminary results […]


Riverdale’s Top 15 Worst Moments

Riverdale, the show based on the classic Archie comics, is quite possibly the worst Netflix show in existence. Besides the incestuous undertones, the mild homophobia, and just the writing in general, here are the top […]