When I Wake Up From This Dream

By Emma Westenberg Afterthoughts, post-pandemic: Connecting with others playing sports (soccer…) Indeed, connections are easily built without any conversation needed. Passing the ball around the field and scoring together links people together like magic. Teammates bond quickly. After the game, speaking to strangers is very interesting. During the match, I form an image of their …

Two dead in Quebec City: a direct effect of the COVID-19 pandemic?

By Sarah Corbin-Garant 2020 definitely had its negative recurring impacts on Halloween night in Quebec City. In fact, at around 10 p.m., 24-year-old Carl Girouard from Sainte-Thérèse walked the streets of Old Quebec and performed a terrible carnage. With a Japanese sword, he randomly selected his victims and sadistically managed to stab and kill two …

Trudeau or Trudon’t?

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 campaigning for the re-assertion of …