Orillia

National Day of Action

Students across Canada seek changes to postsecondary education By: Gregory McGrath-Goudie, Orillia Bureau Chief On November 2nd 2016, over 100 students from Lakehead Orillia traveled…


The We Care Initiative

New student tackles mental health stigma By Thomas Rose, Staff Writer When Ashlyn Barnes-Stewart attended a community forum on Orillia’s citizen-led Sunshine Initiative, she quickly…


Corrections for TISC Article

 By Thomas Rose, Staff Writer Although we try to report as truthfully and accurately as possible, sometimes mistakes are made. With that in mind, we…


Fight the Fees Open Mic Night

Lakehead Orillia students shine at Fight the Fees event By Thomas Rose, Staff Writer On October 18th, students at the Orillia campus rallied together at…



Take a Seat, Not my Right to Choose

Anti-abortion billboards not just innocent messages By Jaina Kelly “It’s a matter of choice,” stated [redacted]. This statement was made regarding the option the public…



The Trouble with Trigger Warnings

After 3 years, debates about PC culture show no sign of abatement By: Thomas Rose, Staff Writer The debate over trigger warnings doesn’t seem to…


Is Downtown Orillia on the Rise?

City seeks to improve downtown core By Thomas Rose, Staff Writer If you’ve spent any time downtown Orillia, it’s plain to see that there’s room…


Drunk Poets’ Society

By Gregory McGrath-Goudie, Orillia Bureau Chief On September 22nd 2016, Drunk Poets’ Society returned to The Brownstone in Orillia, bringing a community of inebriated poets,…