“People Come Back Broken”: Veterans Affairs in Canada and the Reopening of Thunder Bay’s District Office

By: Sam Mathers, News Editor   Just over a week ago, Remembrance Day ceremonies were held across the country. Each year, at the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month, Canadians pay respect to the men and women that have fought and Read More …

Shockingly High Levels of Food Insecurity Within Lakehead Student Body

By: Savanah Tillberg On October 26, 2016, Meal Exchange, a Canadian charity organization who aims to provide healthy, sustainable and affordable food options, released a study that analyzed the patterns of food insecurity within five Canadian universities. The study revealed that nearly half of the Read More …

DAPL Protests Garnering More Attention Since Trump Victory

By Connor Mantey, In the early hours of 9 November, world leaders both reigning and deposed took to Twitter to textually genuflect to former reality show host and projected Electoral College winner Donald Trump. Among those who felt the need to offer their felicitations was Read More …