University of Saskatchewan student James Wattam returned home Aug. 20 from four months of working with the Engineers Without Borders African Ventures program.
Bill Rafoss, the former chief investigator of the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission, stopped over in Cairo for four days on his way to monitor the presidential elections in Kenya. The University of Saskatchewan political studies sessional lecturer says Egypt is worse than it was before the revolution.
Robert Birch was 27 years old when he received a phone call from his doctor who told him that he was living with HIV. “We were doing a performance that day called Happy Virus Day, coincidentally,” said Birch. “So there was this performance piece going on in the middle of the street and me going around
Volunteer Eco Students Abroad is an organization that brings together young people to create real and lasting change in indigenous village communities. This summer, I traveled to KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa with 35 other Canadians to take part in the very first VESA Africa group.
There are lots of misconceptions about the varying situations on the continent of Africa. Here are a few of those misconceptions, debunked.