The Fabric Of Colonialism

A critical look at the iconic Hudson Bay stripes in relationship to Canada’s history with our Indigenous peoples By: Olivia Levesque, Arts and Culture Editor So what part Hudson’s Bay Company consumerist market have you been sucked into? Is it their “undeniable” Canadiana vibe, the Read More …

Def Sup welcomes Regional, National, and International art for the 11th annual Urban Infill

by: Olivia Levesque, Arts and Culture Editor Definitely Superior Art Gallery is gearing up for the 11th annual Urban Infill – Art in the core Event, beginning on March 25th with an extravaganza celebrating art around the downtown north core. It can be expected that Read More …

Farewell Stuart – The Argus pays tribute to a fellow storyteller

By: Olivia Levesque, Arts and Culture Editor The host of CBC Radio’s The Vinyl Café, an award-winning humorist, and Canada’s best storyteller has passed away at age 68 after a long battle with Melanoma. The Vinyl Cafe Announced on February 15th of his passing, along Read More …

Damascus Donair – Introducing Food as Flavourful As The Culture Within

New Syrian style restaurant opens downtown Port Arthur, offering new cuisine to the city, as well as new beginnings for the Toubaji family. By Savanah Tillberg Staff Writer On Monday, January 23rd Thunder Bay’s newest restaurant, Damascus Donair, opened its doors to a line up Read More …