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Day: January 2, 2021

Downtown

Handle with care

Since April, almost every one of James Ball’s work days has ended later than he’s used to. On its own, this wouldn’t be a major problem for him, except for the fact that his customers are not used to it

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Culture

Review: Enola Holmes

If I said I had heard of Enola Holmes before watching the movie, I’d be lying. However, I will admit that after watching the made-for-Netflix movie, I was pleasantly surprised. The 2020 film directed by Harry Bradbeer and produced by,

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Date night

Date night: tobogganing, blankets, and hot chocolate

The date night challenge that began in 2020 continues, and no one really knows when it will entirely end. In fact, as this article is being written, restrictions have simply become tighter with rising numbers and no end and sight.

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Campus

Food for thought: Northern Chicken

Northern Chicken has been a jewel in the downtown area for four years now. It is a queer-owned business serving up southern-style comfort food that has been satisfying appetites and warming hearts. When owners and chefs Matt Phillips and Andrew

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Campus

Student group Q&A: Girl Up MacEwan

To start, what is your name and position with the Girl Up MacEwan student group? My name is Mackenzie Thomas and I am the president of the Girl Up MacEwan club. Girl Up MacEwan is a branch of the United

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How-to

How-to: sanitize your home

Keeping your home clean is always crucial for your health, but never as important as during outbreaks. Most of the time, cleaning and sanitizing is pretty common sense, but there are some misconceptions about where the highest levels of germs

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Food

Strawberry and goat cheese spinach salad

Now that we’ve welcomed in a new year in hopes of landmark events far more pleasant than last year’s, we can begin to address the other elephant in the room: COVID weight. Let’s not pretend that we haven’t all considered

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Campus

Creative spotlight: Simone A. Medina Polo

From Mexico City, Mexico, Simone A. Medina Polo is a trans, Latinx scholar and artist. She started taking a BA in philosophy at Concordia University in 2013, followed by a three year break after graduation to work in the arts.

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