With names such as Taylor Swift, Beyoncé and Rihanna dominating the pop scene over the last few years, at first glance, it might seem that women are at the forefront of the mainstream music industry.
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.
With a looming $1 billion deficit projected for next year, perhaps selling yet another one of the province’s most lucrative assets is not the best idea.
Despite being used for spiritual and medical purposes for thousands of years, psychedelics have become almost entirely dismissed as a viable medicinal option in the last century. In recent years, however, public perceptions about these medicines have begun to change for the better.
On Oct. 1, 2016, Saskatchewan’s minimum wage skyrocketed from $10.50 per hour all the way to $10.72 per hour.
After getting blown out of the water for a second straight election in April 2016, the Saskatchewan New Democratic Party needs to better engage with University of Saskatchewan students.
Logos have unprecedented powers and can directly affect how the public perceives their meaning.
Saskatchewan has been, and still is, victim to a preventable epidemic. Impaired driving has spread from teenagers to adults, small towns to big cities, and it must be stopped.
When it comes to cell phone service, you usually get what you pay for. When it comes to the most recent provincial election, the people are getting what they voted for and now we’re all paying the consequences.
Everyday, University of Saskatchewan students leave the comfort of their homes and expose themselves to the dangers of the world, just to go to the textbook store to spend their money on exorbitantly high-priced ink paper. However, it doesn’t need to be this way.