Category: Features

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Cambodian Caravan

Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, is an anthill prodded by a curious boy. Tuk-tuks rev their engines, signalling the beginning of their nightly hunt for fares. Food vendors close the glass doors of...

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Confessions of a Slacktivist

Opinion It’s confession time. As much as it pains me to admit, it’s time to come clean. I, Katie Turner, am a slacktivist. While I really do have deep-rooted concerns about the issues plaguing...

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And the list goes on…

When provinces all over Canada improved road infrastructure the intentions were to eliminate fatalities. However, it since became apparent that this good-natured initiative severely reduced the hope of survival for 626 Albertans, according a...

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‘Sexting’ it up

Hello! I’m back (not that I really left, but it seems like it’s been a while since I wrote a column)! Once again, thank you very much for your participation in the sex survey....

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‘Fire of spirit’

We’ve all been exposed in some way to those inspirational people who contribute to society in the most amazing ways, despite some major form of physical setback. Whether they are introduced on a largely...

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Supplying the high

The trafficking of narcotics and the illegality that accompanies it is widely emphasized in the media, often in a negative light. While it is indeed more comforting to believe those directly implicated in the...