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.

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.

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.

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.

Taking time for leisure this term

With any luck, many students, when they were not working or spending time with significant others and extended family, got a chance to do things called hobbies over the break.

Trudeau’s legalization promise up in smoke

During the 2015 federal election, the legalization and regulation of marijuana was a major plank in the Liberal Party’s platform and an especially enticing platform piece for young voters. While some people were expecting immediate reform, the process has proven to be nothing but painful.

Eating disorders consume men as well

Despite being regarded almost entirely as a female crisis, male eating disorders are still a serious problem — and one that appears to only be getting worse.