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How to be good when the world has gone to shit

In the wake of the recent tragedy in Quebec City and the seemingly never-ending torrent of hatred spewing from the leaders of our neighbors below, it can be hard for many to relate.
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Open the flood gates: Why Keystone XL must be built

Only a few days into his presidency, American President Donald Trump has already taken action on advancing the construction of the long-stalled Keystone XL pipeline expansion. This news has been received with intensely mixed reactions, but should be celebrated as a success for all.
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Lack of organization mires Trudeau’s town hall

On Jan. 25, the University of Saskatchewan campus was buzzing with the news that a town hall would be held featuring Prime Minister — and one of Vogue’s top 10 picks for unconventional alternatives to the sexiest man alive — Justin Trudeau.
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Why Saskatoon needs a safe injection site

While data shows that Saskatoon residents have divided opinions on building a safe injection site in the city, we should be looking at the fact that safe injection sites are proven to work for those most affected by intravenous drug use — the users themselves.
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You’re a good man, Charlie Clark

Recently voted the second most popular big city mayor in Canada after only three months in the position, Mayor Charlie Clark is the talk of the town.
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Fort McMurray not so fond of Fonda

In a recent visit to Fort McMurray, Alta. and the surrounding oil sands of northern Alberta, Jane Fonda infuriated Albertans and Canadians alike. Akin to similar celebrity visits before her, this brand of environmental activism was misinformed and out of step with reality.
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Leave Joni alone

A new effort to honour famed singer-songwriter and former resident of Saskatoon Joni Mitchell has recently been brought to city council.
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A Sheaf guide to moving to Saskatoon

This impending doom is speculated to mean a boom in Canadian immigration — especially among students — so I’d like to share some less-offered local wisdom to any future American-Saskatonians.