Student Life

Canadian Government Programs Offering Short-Term Work for Students

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 […]

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

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

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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

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

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

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. […]