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The unsustainable truth about Tim Hortons

When you think of Canada, what comes to mind? Hockey? Being polite? Saying “eh” after every sentence? I’d bet my money on most Canadians...

A missing child is worth the inconvenience

If you are anything like me, having your phone go off with an amber alert on Feb. 14 caused quite the shock. Having been...

Save independent facilitation

People with developmental disabilities and their families are just learning their life-line to inclusion will be severed by our provincial government “for the people.”...

Four dollars per semester is not a latte

Students can pay anywhere from $500 to $2,000 in ancillary fees on their tuition. At the University of Waterloo some $4.35 goes to Imprint....

Landlord over charging for repairs?

Throughout the course of a tenancy, it is fairly standard that damages will occur, either from regular wear and tear, negligence, or simply by...

Searching for justice in a weed-filled world

Pseudo-legal recreational dispensaries have been popping up across the province, happily meeting the demand a sluggish Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) has failed to supply....

Life after university: seven tips for home hunting after leaving the dorm

Life after university is getting closer. Here are a few things to consider before you graduate and begin home hunting. The initial move-out Some students...

Three rules for university success

University can be overwhelming at times. When you are first starting out, it can be hard to get your bearings and know what you...

How sales experience can be applied to teaching

As the last semester ended for the holidays, I had some time to reflect on what I want to improve upon as a Teaching Assistant...

Legal advice from a local professional

by Cailen Swain I know the last thing that students are thinking about is the law and the legal system, but it is important to be...
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