Open letter: Corey LeBlanc on the leaked screenshots

(I would like to note that I write this letter without any idea of the content of the Arthur article.) I am writing this open letter; directed to all students, faculty, staff and administration at Trent University, to express my deep concern with the article published by the Arthur, in this issue, which contains content […]

Comment: Harper’s Anti-Terror Act is a threat to Canada’s identity

  The late 1950’s and early 60’s in Canada were an era of determining nuclear policy. It was the time of Diefenbaker, and Canadian identity was under the limelight. Many view this time period as the paradigm shift towards “Americanization” as Canada joined the Nuclear Family. Scholars and citizens determined that Canada was losing a […]

Comment: Chapel Hill shooting exposes the bigotry of New Atheism

The assailant who killed a Canadian soldier in Ottawa, in October of last year, was widely reported to have been inspired by Islamic State, as was the hostage-taker in Sydney Australia, in December. Although neither of them committed the heinous acts with any planning from ISIL, it was obvious from their behaviour (in person and […]

Canadian Mining Awareness: Putting value on gold, not just a price

Priceless heirlooms, expressions of love, symbols of prosperity, even the minerals used to produce our everyday products—society values gold for many reasons. But what is the true price of gold? Throughout world history, gold has been used as a measure of wealth—whether that is a symbol of prosperity, or an actual means of determining the […]

Open letter: Corey LeBlanc on the leaked screenshots

(I would like to note that I write this letter without any idea of the content of the Arthur article.) I am writing this open letter; directed to all students, faculty, staff and administration at Trent University, to express my deep concern with the article published by the Arthur, in this issue, which contains content […]

Comment: Harper’s Anti-Terror Act is a threat to Canada’s identity

  The late 1950’s and early 60’s in Canada were an era of determining nuclear policy. It was the time of Diefenbaker, and Canadian identity was under the limelight. Many view this time period as the paradigm shift towards “Americanization” as Canada joined the Nuclear Family. Scholars and citizens determined that Canada was losing a […]

Comment: Chapel Hill shooting exposes the bigotry of New Atheism

The assailant who killed a Canadian soldier in Ottawa, in October of last year, was widely reported to have been inspired by Islamic State, as was the hostage-taker in Sydney Australia, in December. Although neither of them committed the heinous acts with any planning from ISIL, it was obvious from their behaviour (in person and […]

Canadian Mining Awareness: Putting value on gold, not just a price

Priceless heirlooms, expressions of love, symbols of prosperity, even the minerals used to produce our everyday products—society values gold for many reasons. But what is the true price of gold? Throughout world history, gold has been used as a measure of wealth—whether that is a symbol of prosperity, or an actual means of determining the […]