The Capitol Riot: Domestic Terrorism in America – Opinion

Vivian Nguyen January 28, 2020 On August 24th, 1814, a British army force set fire to the U.S Capitol after winning the Battle of Bladensburg. As Americans mourned their losses, they imagined that this would be the last time the Capitol would be overrun. Yet over two centuries later, we watched as the U.S Capitol … More The Capitol Riot: Domestic Terrorism in America – Opinion

A Win For Biden, A Win For Science – Opinion

Shirley LeNovember 20, 2020 2020 was a year of embracing unexpected changes, and the United States’ presidential election is no exception. The election day turned into an election week, which was horrendously long and anxiety-inducing as everyone closely watched the race between current President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. For a bitterly … More A Win For Biden, A Win For Science – Opinion

British Columbia Loses: Appeal To Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Struck Down

Fares MagahedJanuary 20, 2020 British Columbia had been having a hard time making their case against the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion, or the TMX. The Trans Mountain Pipeline is a pipeline that transports crude and refined oil from Alberta to the coast of B.C. The British Columbian government wanted to have the ability to regulate … More British Columbia Loses: Appeal To Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Struck Down

The 2019 Canadian Election: Before and After

Fares Megahed October 24, 2019 Pre Election The upcoming election is the biggest news all over Canada because it will have a huge impact  on the country. As incumbent Prime Minister Justin Trudeau makes an appearance in Calgary, the Liberals show confidence that they will hold the seats they currently have. On the other side … More The 2019 Canadian Election: Before and After