On Jan. 29, 2014 Canadian politics took a sudden shift as federal Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau announced that he would be expelling all Liberal senators from his caucus.
Political controversies are taking over the Olympics, which is unfortunate when this shouldn’t ever be the case. Athletic performances should be the focus, not a country’s politics.
The controversies surrounding the upcoming games in Sochi, Russia are just the newest in a long saga of unrest accompanying what is meant to be the greatest exhibit of athleticism in the world.
In recent years, there has been an influx in the number of locally-owned businesses opening up in Saskatchewan. Although bigger retailers such as Marshalls and Target are opening up stores, some believe that the culture of shopping is changing overall.
Sexism is alive and well in politics. Female politicians are more likely to be discussed in terms of physical appearance and sex appeal than policy, position, or values.
The separation of church and state has become a contentious issue lately in Saskatoon, revolving around the degree to which our city officially recognizes and promotes religious messages and images.
Religion meets progressive politics at the University of Saskatchewan’s first Religious Left Conference.
Justin Trudeau recently revealed that he has smoked marijuana since becoming an MP in 2008, when his party guest offered him a “puff” of a joint.
Judge people based off the content of their character and campaign, not their sexuality.
On Oct. 3 the first of three presidential debates in the 2012 American election cycle aired internationally, and what a spectacle it was. Anyone watching could see how diametrically opposed the two candidates are, how vast and substantive the differences between them. For instance: the Democrat wore a blue tie and the Republican wore red.