OPINION PIECE : THERE’S NO RIGHT CHOICE WHEN STUDENTS HAVE TO PICK BETWEEN CLASS AND WORK

When you are in high school and have a part time job, it’s usually the best time to be alive. Yes, the joy of spending eight hours at school and then heading to work right after a few times a week. But where does that money go? There is a sense of financial freedom when you’re still young and living at home. You’re able to book off time work to focus on school because, who cares if you’re missing one pay cheque? Your parents will still buy you groceries.

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Trudeau speaks on gender equality and climate change at French National Assembly

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raised the issues of gender equality and climate change during his speech this morning to the French National Assembly. Trudeau who is the first Canadian Prime Minister to  address the French parliament, praised France’s efforts to pursue gender equality in their government. 

OPINION PIECE: LAS VEGAS IS MAKING HOCKEY HOT IN THE DESERT AGAIN

One could say it is the most wonderful time of the year as the school year coming to an end and the NHL playoffs are less than a week away. Since 2000 there has been 30 teams fighting for a playoff spot, but this year it was harder for the teams in the Western Conference to reach the coveted post-season, as another team has been added to the mix, the surprising Vegas Golden Knights,

OPINION PIECE: TRUMP’S ‘DEATH PENALTY FOR DRUG DEALERS’ LAW ISN’T GOING TO FIX THE OPIOID CRISIS

Killing the problem doesn’t automatically fix the problem, especially a crisis that has been going on for decades. The opioid crisis has been going on since the late ‘90s and has been on the rise ever since, claiming more than 64,000 lives in the U.S. in 2016. In comparison, opioid-related deaths claimed more than 2,800 people in the same year in Canada.

Humber College’s President & VP are gearing up for their upcoming term

Keysha Watson & Kasie Dasilva Humber College’s newly elected student body president, Monica Khosla, intends to use her term to make some serious changes on campus. “It’s a little overwhelming but also very exciting,” said Khosla on her recent win. Khosla received 4,070 votes compared to her opponent current vice president of Lakeshore, Allisa Lim, who came … Continue reading Humber College’s President & VP are gearing up for their upcoming term