The Global Rise of the Far-Right and its Impact in Canada

Written by Cagri Arslan Edited by Tahira Akbar and Huanan Liao Anyone who does not live under a rock would have noticed a rise in right-wing populism and isolationism in many western democracies. From anti-immigrant groups in Germany and France to Donald Trump’s apparent popularity just south of the border, an increased interest in paleoconservative …

Gary Yang: America’s self induced mess in Iran

Written by Gary YangEdited by Bhromor Rahman United-States to Impose New Sanctions on Iran (yet again…) Historical contextThe United-States has applied a series of economic, military, and scientific sanctions on Iran since the 1970s as a punishment for developing their own nuclear weapons and supporting extremist groups like Hezbollah. However, it is important to note …

Bai Chao Chen: Quebec’s messy school reopening

Written by Bai Chao Chen Edited by Daniel Yu On Thursday, the 27th of August, 2020, students across Quebec attending francophone schools started returning to class. Students attending anglophone institutions start next week. This is what usually occurs at this time of the year. However, this year is much different from the others due to …

Quebec Election Debate Recap

On September 13th, Quebec’s four main party leaders faced off in the first french language debate. At times, the leaders were tough to follow as they spatted with each other, talked over one another, pointed fingers, raised papers and jumbled ideas to sway voters. After quite the performance for two whole hours, the leaders shook …