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Hopeful Candidates Call for Change

LUSU election underway as most candidates gather at The Outpost for debate Sam Mathers, News Editor With voting already underway, the 2018-2019 LUSU Executive and Board Election Debate was held on Friday at the Outpost. Students heard from candidates running for President, Vice President Operations Read More …

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Wearable fashion struts into Thunder Bay

DERELICTE 10 in downtown P.A. Kaelen Pelaia, Staff Writer On January 27th, 2018, the Definitely Superior Art Gallery hosted their 10th annual DERELICTE wearable fashion show at Black Pirates Pub in downtown Port Arthur. In celebration of their decennial anniversary, the show featured a wide Read More …

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Santa Around the World

By Jaina Kelly, Staff Writer Santa Claus: the man, the myth, the legend. Across the globe, there is certainly no shortage of bizarre Christmas traditions involving a certain pudgy man. Between 1931 and 1963, Coca Cola ran ads that showed Santa in his classic red Read More …

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The Argus Tries It: Bounce Protein Balls

Tasty, trendy, and Canadian – what’s not to love? By: Kaelen Pelaia, Staff Writer Bounce protein balls are a Canadian-made energy snack designed to help control appetite and provide ample energy, with minimal caloric intake. The Bounce company was launched in 2004 by Canadian couple, Paula Read More …

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So I Take a Saw to the Branch I am Sitting On

So I Take a Saw to the Branch I am Sitting On Regret has made a home of my frail shoulders. Living there for you, It aches often. Reminding me of where you once sat across from me, No weight on my shoulders with you Read More …

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Orillia’s Samuel de Champlain Monument

Exploring the history of the monument and its role in 21st century Canada By: Gregory McGrath-Goudie   Anyone who has visited Couchiching Park this fall has likely noticed the absence of one of its key landmarks: the Samuel de Champlain monument. Erected in 1925 as Read More …

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Partners in Innovation and Entrepreneurship

If you think there is no support on campus for starting a business, then you’re thinking wrong By Alyson MacKay, Entrepreneurship Coordinator In March 2015, the Faculty of Business partnered with Confederation College and the Northwestern Ontario Innovation Centre to create Partners in Innovation and Read More …

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Hail, Caesar-Chavannes!

Liberal MP Rocks Braids, Condemns Body Shaming, is a General Badass Sam Mathers, News Editor   Celina Caesar-Chavannes, a Liberal MP for Whitby, Ontario received a standing ovation in Parliament last week after speaking about body shaming, saying, “body shaming of any woman in any Read More …

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The Lieutenant Governor’s Visionaries Prize Makes First Stop in Thunder Bay

Six Visionaries Discuss Reconciliation at Fort William Historical Park Sam Mathers, News Editor   On September 13, the first installment of the Lieutenant Governor’s Visionaries Prize was held in Thunder Bay. Six Ontarians competed by sharing their ideas around reconciliation, including one Lakehead University student. Read More …

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