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Premiers Say Federal Government’s $196.1 Billion To Improve Healthcare Is Disappointing

Healthcare is a critical aspect of everyday life for Canadians, and ensuring that all citizens have access to equitable medical care based on their needs and not their ability to pay is a crucial aspect of the Canada Health Act. In recognition of this fact, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, along with the premiers of Canada’s Read More…

Lebron James Makes History, Becomes NBAs All-time Scoring Leadering With 38,390
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Lebron James Sets NBA all-time Scoring Record With 38,390 points

LeBron James made history last night as he broke Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s long-standing 40-year-old record of 38,387 career points in the NBA. The record-breaking moment took place at the sold-out Staples Center in Los Angeles, where James’ current team, the Lakers, faced off against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The arena was filled with stars from Jay Read More…

Biden Praises The American People In His 2nd State of The Union Address
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Biden Praises The American People In His 2nd State of The Union Address

Last night, President Biden delivered his second State of the Union address, and there was much to celebrate. The President highlighted several key achievements and initiatives that the country has made in recent months, including job growth, the war in Ukraine, and the Covid-19 response. One of the main topics that President Biden focused on Read More…

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US Citizens Account For 85% Of Fentanyl Trafficked In America, Not Immigrants

The opioid epidemic in the United States continues to be a major public health crisis, with fentanyl being one of the most dangerous and potent synthetic opioids. According to a recent report from the Cato Institute, more than 85% of illegal fentanyl in the US is trafficked by US citizens, not illegal immigrants. This finding Read More…

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Black History Month Honours Mathieu da Costa

Mathieu da Costa was the first known Black person to arrive in Canada Mathieu da Costa was a free black interpreter who arrived in Canada in the early 1600s, becoming the first recorded black person in Canadian history. He was critical in facilitating communication between French explorers and Indigenous peoples. It is widely speculated that Read More…

Does ‘Networking’ Make You Sweat?
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Does ‘Networking’ Make You Sweat?

Opportunities are all around you—the caveat is they’re attached to people. Therefore, (stay with me) the people you spend time with determines the opportunities you’re made aware of. Building the right relationships—networking—is critical for your job hunts (You’ll be conducting a few throughout your career.) and your career trajectory. It’s not an overstatement to say, Read More…