The End of NAFTA

As the PM heads south to discuss the terms of NAFTA with our neighbours, what does it mean for Canada and the rest of the world? By: Kaelen Pelaia, Staff Writer Over the past month, the Trudeau government has begun the lengthy process of re-negotiating Read More …

Mental Health Around the World: A Snapshot

A look at reform, innovation and shortcomings in mental health from six countries across the globe By: Sam Mathers, News Editor Afghanistan According to the World Health Organization, facilities that are specific to mental health care services are “few and far between.” While mental health Read More …

Disconnected Spirit: The Superficiality of our Mental Health Talk

Looking inside ourselves and at our colonial past to move toward healing By Jaina Kelly, Staff Writer   When Canadian society talks mental health, we hover above the surface. We perch on the tip of the iceberg. We #BellLetsTalk and raise money for mental health Read More …

More of the Same Is Not the Answer

Lynn Beyak and the Danger of Misinformation in Government By: Kelsey Raynard, Contributor On September 1, 2017, Senator Lynn Beyak of the Conservative Party of Canada published an open letter on her website entitled: “More of the Same Is Not the Answer.” In this letter, Read More …

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 …