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Working from Home vs. Working in Office: A Close Look into Their Advantages and Disadvantages

by Rochelle C. Pangilinan

Even before COVID-19 barged into our lives in early March 2020, Canadians weren’t exactly strangers to the work-from-home concept. In fact, according to Statista.com, 20 percent of the working population […]


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A Look at Options for High School Graduates and Post-Secondary Students to Make the Most of Their Summer (French version available)

by Tiffany Chang

Depending on people’s individual situations, summer is usually associated with taking a break from school and pursuing other things. If people organize their time well, it could involve relaxation as […]


I’m just one person! Juggling work, school, chores, cooking, and more.

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By Bhargavi Venkataraman Whether you are a high schooler, a university student, or a working professional, these days, it seems that there is always something to do. From juggling work […]


Racial Bias in the Canadian Healthcare System

by Susan Huebert

When people are sick or injured, they expect that the healthcare system will work for them. Sometimes they get the care they need, but at other times, they leave without […]


Canada’s Prideful and Historic 2021 Census (French version available)

by Sarah Leung

What is a Census? A census is a survey that helps governments know who lives in their communities: it provides a detailed snapshot of citizens, with information such as age, […]


B.C.’s Upcoming Indigenous Course Requirements for High School Students (French version available)

by Sarah Leung

June marks National Indigenous History Month. This month it is important to recognize Indigenous people and their culture as integral parts of Canadian history. Over the years, the Canadian federal and […]