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 …

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 …

Net Fish and Chill Playlist

By: Tamara Spence, Editor-in-Chief My life is filled with moments on the water, with my rods bending and music playing. Chances are if you know me, you will know of my appreciation for all genres of music and expression. There’s a lot to be said 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 …

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 …