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Ontario’s December Events You Can’t Miss

by Rochelle C. Pangilinan

Being cooped up for the last two years, making all efforts to keep ourselves and our loved ones healthy and safe, it’s only natural that we were filled with excitement […]


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Canada’s Ban on Street Dogs From Over 100 Countries: Is It the Right Decision?

by Rochelle C. Pangilinan

Stories of animal rescues are always uplifting. Take for example the tale of one shelter dog named Ruby from Rhode Island back in 2011. Ruby is an Australian shepherd and […]


Happy National Maple Syrup Day: A look at how Indigenous peoples first used maple syrup

by Rochelle C. Pangilinan

Can you imagine how pancakes or waffles from your favourite diner would taste like without maple syrup? It will be difficult! Maple syrup makes these breakfast staples extra delicious. We […]


Are New Year’s Resolutions a Good Idea? A Look at the Pros and Cons

by Tiffany Chang

The New Year is often associated with having resolutions. People want to begin the year by resolving to improve various areas of their lives, whether it concerns their well-being, helping […]


My New Normal: How My life Has Changed Since 2020 Because Of the Pandemic and Changes in Society

by Tiffany Chang

I’ll never forget the moment I found out that the whole world shut down. I was in my fourth year of university and, along with my fellow students, would have […]


Should I Take Courses Over the Summers to Finish My Degree Sooner? A Look at Pros and Cons

by Tiffany Chang

Summer is a season that’s usually associated with taking a break and having fun. For university students, this could be the case, but it could also mean having a job […]