PDAC Mining Convention, Part One: Report Back

The annual Prospectors and Developers Association (PDAC) Convention took place this past weekend in Toronto. The PDAC convention is one of the largest, if not the largest, mining industry gathering in the world. There were over 30,000 delegates reported to have attended the event this year from every continent. One of the most important purposes […]

Birth Control and the Issues with HPV Vaccines

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Access to birth control has been a primary issue in feminism for the past few decades. Until 1969, the birth control pill as a method of contraception was illegal in Canada. Since it’s been on the market, The Pill has been credited with fueling the women’s movement, allowing women to pursue careers, spawning the “free […]

Aramark Economics: “There’s No Such Thing as a Free Lunch”

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If you ask the average Trent student their opinions on Aramark you’d hear less profanity from a loaded sailor learning he had the clap.  Some of it is founded.  Most is nonsense. Aramark, first and foremost, is not a monopoly.  They are a firm, among many, competing in the food services market.  They are at […]

Canadian Newspapers Opt to Charge for Online Access

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Due to declining advertising revenues, many newspapers are beginning to put up paywalls around their online content as a way to ensure they remain profitable. The Montreal Gazzette, Globe and Mail, and newspapers owned by Postmedia Network Canada Corp., such as The National Post, already have their paywalls in effect. The Toronto Star announced in […]

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PDAC Mining Convention, Part One: Report Back

The annual Prospectors and Developers Association (PDAC) Convention took place this past weekend in Toronto. The PDAC convention is one of the largest, if not the largest, mining industry gathering in the world. There were over 30,000 delegates reported to have attended the event this year from every continent. One of the most important purposes […]

Birth Control and the Issues with HPV Vaccines

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Access to birth control has been a primary issue in feminism for the past few decades. Until 1969, the birth control pill as a method of contraception was illegal in Canada. Since it’s been on the market, The Pill has been credited with fueling the women’s movement, allowing women to pursue careers, spawning the “free […]

Aramark Economics: “There’s No Such Thing as a Free Lunch”

Aramarkheadquartersfeature

If you ask the average Trent student their opinions on Aramark you’d hear less profanity from a loaded sailor learning he had the clap.  Some of it is founded.  Most is nonsense. Aramark, first and foremost, is not a monopoly.  They are a firm, among many, competing in the food services market.  They are at […]

Canadian Newspapers Opt to Charge for Online Access

paywallsfeature

Due to declining advertising revenues, many newspapers are beginning to put up paywalls around their online content as a way to ensure they remain profitable. The Montreal Gazzette, Globe and Mail, and newspapers owned by Postmedia Network Canada Corp., such as The National Post, already have their paywalls in effect. The Toronto Star announced in […]

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