Canadians have faced a year like no other in our nation’s history. We witnessed an attack on our parliament, a hallowed ground where every member of our society ought to be able to express themselves free from fear. A soldier…
We appear to be a content, somewhat smug people, although we have slipped down on the United Nation’s “Best places to live” scale.
While the price of oil has dropped substantially, it is imperative to note that the price of oil is linked to energy intensive service and goods production as well as the prices for other fuels.
It is soon to be Valentine’s Day and the air will be filled with a perfumed, blissful buzz in living rooms, bedrooms and even university classrooms.
Women don’t get the credit they deserve, especially in comparison to their male counterparts.
The Wilfrid Laurier University Students’ Union elections have come and gone and we yet again feel the need to write about the abysmal rates of student participation. This year, the percentage of voters dropped to 24.34 per cent, the lowest…
Initially, the concept seems endearing — after all, who can criticize an honourable ceremony responsible for amassing incredible financial contributions?
“There is little difference in people, but that little difference makes a big difference. The little difference is attitude. The big difference is whether it is positive or negative.”
If Romney did decide to run, he would have at least saved the public from an embarrassing election, and even if he lost, we might’ve gotten another great movie out of it.
Sometimes, we get so caught up in our lives that we
forget to show love to those that have always been there