Beginning after World War I, the red poppy became a symbol of remembrance for Canadian soldiers and veterans. It commemorates those who sacrificed their...

As shocking as it may be, not all provinces in Canada recognize Remembrance Day as a provincial holiday. Ontario, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, and Quebec,...

As a developed western state, Canada likes to think itself above the barbaric practices of other, less democratic states. An important measure of a...

Since the end of his tenure as Prime Minister, it’s safe to assume that Mr. Harper has a lot more free time on his...

Within life on campus, there is already another flu being passed around. Unlike that cough you can’t seem to rid yourself of for a...

First of all no, we shouldn’t get rid of the freeze entirely. It is an effective plan that keeps the financial barrier of going...

The appointment of the first Newfoundlander to Canada’s top court is a historic moment. The nomination came with a degree of surprise given the...

Justin Trudeau has been Prime Minister of Canada for an entire year now. During his first year in office he has broken twenty-six of...

It’s often easy to dismiss the role of individuals who do not have a specific job title, nor a seemingly clear purpose in their...

In an ingenious campaign tactic, Justin Trudeau threw a campaign curveball at reporters in this country by promising to legalize and regulate the use...