UMSU’s decision to advocate for cutting the federal tuition tax credit is the worst sort of student advocacy.
The recent Yellow Vest protests in Canada have once again brought new energy to a tired debate over freedom of speech.
Despite a commitment by North Korea to reach out to Canada and establish a détente, Canada refuses to de-escalate tension between the two countries.
Given the need for increased representation of marginalized communities and its inherent relationship to the need for increased funding, UMSU is facing a difficult situation. Perhaps the best solution is to stop trying to represent them.
Staying positive in the midst of difficult interview questions.
Learning doesn’t have to stay in class.
An examination of the film Vice (2018) and its blind spot for structural issues.
UMSU passed a motion condemning the Canadian Federation of Students for affirming its support for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement at its last…
Trudeau is on his way to bungling the 2019 federal election.
What the Canadian Museum for Human Rights gets wrong about Nelson Mandela.