A disservice to public figures everywhere By Sydney Goldstein We were raised upon the premise that everyone makes mistakes and that, as humans, they are fundamental to our growth. It appears as though society has decided that mistakes, no matter how big or small, how recent or how long ago, […]
Canada’s Sacred Cow Written by MWR writer Aaron Gao Maxime Bernier, the MP who narrowly lost the leadership race to Andrew Scheer, quit the Conservatives in late August over supply management and some controversial tweets dividing the party. Months earlier, Donald Trump was threatening (with some controversial tweets) to break […]
Should Cannabis Consumers be Allowed to Smoke in Public? A Requiem for Mary-Jane Written by MWR writer Awa Hanane Diagne October 17th: This formerly regular date will become a unique and historical one. Indeed, this day marks the official legalization of marijuana by the Canadian government. This change will revolutionize […]
Should the space industry turn private? By the Public, for the Public Written by MWR writer Ceylan Borgers Space exploration is a relatively new development in our history. Indeed, the first satellite launched into space was achieved by the Soviet Union in 1957. Since then, many space missions have been […]
Trudeau’s trip to India: Appropriation or Appreciation? A Diplomatic Success Written by MWR writer Elizabeth Hua Justin Trudeau’s first state visit to India captured the media’s attention with flashy scarves and dazzling jewelry. Despite heavy criticism, Trudeau’s attire was not offensive, but rather displayed cultural appreciation. Donning the traditional dress […]
The Case For (or Against) Our Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: Activist and Visionary Written by MWR Writer Elizabeth Hua Politics is the breeding ground of corruption – a blatant reflection of mistrust, self-servitude, and attempted morality in justice and law. Justin Trudeau stood apart from this drab political climate by […]
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