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Day: February 1, 2021

News

Saving Alberta parks

When the Alberta government released its budget on Feb. 28, 2020, it included a reduction in provincial parks funding. This was the second cut in approximately six months, with parks experiencing cuts of 9.7 per cent in the fall 2019

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Culture

Review: Death to 2020

It’s been said that laughter is the best medicine, and if so, political comedy may be the antidote to what the last year has so ruthlessly thrown at us. For many, 2020 may have felt like they were trapped in

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Date night

Date night: An evening of delight

We may be limited with what we can do for date nights these days, but that doesn’t mean that we have to settle for yet another at-home movie night. After months of restrictions and two sets of lockdowns, it may

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Food

Food for thought: Blowers & Grafton

Before COVID plagued us and we were all hugging and visiting at restaurants, a friend of mine took me out for some authentic East Coast food. She swore the place was amazing and that I would love it. I have

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Campus

Student Group Q&A: Design Students Organization

To start, what are your names and potions with the group? Quinton Wong: My name is Quinton Wong. While we are both co-presidents, our role is to delegate all the tasks of our growing club and liaison with external organizations

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Date night

How-to: Have a COVID-safe Valentine’s Day

COVID has certainly taken a toll on us this past year, and for many of us, both romantic and platonic relationships have taken large hits due to safety measures. But no matter what lies ahead, opting to stay in on

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Food

Recipe: shepherd’s pie

The weather has gotten chilly, and a lot of us are seeking warmth in our food. Nothing says warmth and comfort like a delicious shepherd’s pie. It’s perfect for cold winter days and holds up well in the fridge for

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Opinions

Air Canada is a business, not a service

Air Canada has taken a lot of well-deserved heat over the past few months. The company has continuously promoted leisure travelling, even as public health guidelines, most health experts, and general sense of how diseases work are telling you not

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Culture

Creative spotlight: Ellie Heath

It’s 1994 and a young Anna Paquin has taken to the stage to accept an Oscar for her role in The Piano. As her speech ends, a young Ellie Heath’s begins. Though her audience looks a little different — her

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Culture

To be or not to be

Last April, Edmontonians could only watch in horror as all of the city’s famous summer festivals were cancelled one by one. It started with NextFest and the Freewill Shakespeare Festival on April 8, followed by what felt like another cancellation

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