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Editor's Note

Reflections on Groundhog Day

Every February 2nd, our minds gravitate either towards a silly tradition of relying on rodents to predict the weather, or towards the 1993 film that celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. I feel old just typing that!

For many of us, the cold days of winter stretching into February makes us want to turn to the groundhog and hope spring is around the corner. For many others, the days blending into one another makes us feel trapped like Bill Murray and yearn to break from routine.

But no matter what the groundhog sees, warmer weather is always waiting for us beyond February. Until then, there are plenty of winter activities to take advantage of while you still can. No matter the weather, every day is another opportunity to break free from routines or parts of your life that make you feel stuck.

Be sure to check out articles from our latest issue. Even more articles are on their way for the middle of the month! We’ve expanded the featured articles to showcase more of our great writers. Also be sure to check out our podcast and video interviews!

Featured Articles

Job Profile: Launching a Career as an Astronaut in Canada

by Sarah Leung
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Enjoy science and wonder what’s out there in space? Exploring the stars as a astronauts can be an out-of-this-world dream turned into a reality. The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) seeks […]


Begin Your Apprenticeship Journey with Help from Support Youth Ontario

by Meghan Brown
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The trades are a vital part of the Canadian workforce, but over the last few decades there has been a lack of new young people entering the trades. With the […]


Advice for handling winter as it stretches into February and impacts your mental/physical health

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By Bhargavi Venkataraman When the days get shorter and the wind gets chillier, people seem to want to stay in bed just a little longer. It becomes harder to get […]


Career Profile: Fishers and related fishing workers

by Susan Huebert
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When you and your family want a change from meats like beef or chicken, you might decide to eat fish. Have you ever thought of who catches the fish? Your […]


Black History Month 2023: Spotlight on 5 Historic Black Canadians

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By Avreet Jagdev February marks Black History Month, a time during which Canadians celebrate and acknowledge the history of Black Canadians and communities, many of which have transformed our very […]


Pink Shirt Day is on February 22nd: What it is, and why it matters.

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By Avreet Jagdev If you grew up in Canada, you might have heard of Pink Shirt Day. It’s also called Anti-Bullying Day, and takes place every year on February 22nd. […]


Strategies for Staying Focused during Lectures When You Find Yourself Easily Losing Focus

by Tiffany Chang
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Lectures are often the main component of post-secondary school courses. While they’re very informative and good opportunities for things like asking your instructor questions, they can also be quite long […]


Ideas for Fun Family Day Activities and Suggestions for Connecting/Reconnecting with Family Members

by Tiffany Chang
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Family Day, hence the name, was created so that families could spend some more time with one another. Without a doubt, it’s an occasion many look forward to. While this […]