Doug Ford’s Free Speech Mandate

How free speech policies will affect campus dialogue in Ontario By: Emily MacDonald, Staff Writer Free speech, a basic right set out in section 2 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms is something most Canadians have never known life without. Premier of Ontario Read More …

Transgender Rights in America

Trump threatens to revert to a binary definition of gender in America By: Sanjana Sharma, Staff Writer It was in 2005 that gay marriages were legalized in Canada, and it was not before 2015 that transgender marriages were recognized by the Constitution Act. Non-binary people Read More …

Pardon Me?

The War on Drugs, Legalization, and the Fight for a Clean Record By: Sam Mathers, Editor-in-Chief In its first twenty-four hours, the Ontario Cannabis Store received 1.3 million unique visitors and 100,000 online orders. For many Canadians, the legalization of marijuana has been a long Read More …

The War on Plastic

Part II: Fighting Back By: Katie Zugic, Media Assistant Plastic outlives the generations who use it. Piling up in landfills, ending up in waterways, and bioaccumulating in the food chain, most plastic products are used for less than an hour, yet take hundreds of years Read More …