«Campus Life» column

Canadian Government Programs Offering Short-Term Work for Students

March 20th, 2023; By Sarah Leung

For many, summer means a vacation before school resumes in the fall. Some students see a break as an opportunity to find work. Luckily, the Canadian government provides some programs catered […]

St. Patrick’s Day: How a Simple Irish Tradition Turned into a Spectacle

March 20th, 2023; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

If you’ve dropped by the dollar store a week or two after Valentine’s Day, you probably saw a whole aisle of green hats, green jewelry, accessories with green four-leaf clover […]

Advice for recent grads who feel lost after graduating

March 20th, 2023; By author below

By Avreet Jagdev Whether it’s from high school or post-secondary, graduating school is a huge milestone to be proud of. A lot of work leads up to the big day, […]

The Job Market in 2023: A Look into What Is in Demand

March 20th, 2023; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

Despite the constant dread about a recession hitting Canada soon, the Canadian labour market is actually on the upswing. According to a Labour Force Survey in January 2023, the employment […]

Building a Digital Marketing Career: What You Need to Know about Its Offerings and Challenges

March 20th, 2023; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

Time and again, it’s been said that marketing is the true engine of business success. However, most companies often acquire a myopic view of how to efficiently market by turning […]

My Campus Life: The First Day

March 19th, 2023; By Mara Hurst

I just completed my first semester of college. And looking back on it, I feel as though I have grown and discovered plenty about myself. My first day was nerve-wracking. […]

Paris Climate Accord and Canada’s actions

March 2nd, 2023; By Mara Hurst

The Paris Climate Accord, also known as the “Paris Agreement” is an international effort “to tackle climate change and its negative impacts.” On December 12, 2015, at a UN climate […]