Uruguay’s unique approach to marijuana

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Earlier this year, Uruguay became the first country in the world to approve a new law that legalizes marijuana throughout the country. The government created the Institute of Regulation and Control of Cannabis in order to allow the state to…

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Advertising ourselves

Part of every person’s daily routine is picking out clothing; we take the time to carefully select an outfit that has the possibility of being visually pleasing both to us and to those around us, as well as something we…

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A universal melting pot

It’s great to be a Laurier Golden Hawk, it’s great to be an Ontarian, it’s great to be a Canadian and it’s great to be a global citizen. We define ourselves as members of these cliques. While we may study…

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Fixing Laurier’s enrolment problem

Enrolment at Wilfrid Laurier University is alarmingly low, and there are several possible causal factors, including late admission letters, low nationwide university enrolment and unsurprisingly, the university’s inability to attract students. It may be true that fewer people are willing…

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Trudeau on abortion

With another Justin Trudeau gaffe recently making headlines, it’s ironic that he is doing more damage to his credibility than Conservative attack ads ever could. On issues pertaining to abortion, Trudeau says everyone running for the Liberal party must vote…

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K-W not so dog-friendly

It has come to my attention recently that the Kitchener-Waterloo area has a great deal of green space, with numerous trails through the woods that include lakes, rivers, and ponds. These spaces are popular destinations for people and their dogs,…

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