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Day: April 1, 2021

News

The Grief: Funny news. LOL.

the grief: Anti-bike candidate for mayor promises “car lanes” if elected Ford Driver, a mayoral candidate in the upcoming Edmonton municipal election, says that if he’s elected, the city’s roads will get new special lanes built just for cars. “Bicycles

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Opinions

Why is nobody talking about aerosols?

Alberta’s public health guidelines are woefully inadequate. The rules around social distancing, masks, and especially the closures and capacity limits imposed on businesses are half-measures at best, that are effective at preventing the spread of COVID in just a subset

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Culture

An extra sense of home

“A house,” Chief Billy Morin of Enoch Cree Nation explains, “is walls and a building and a sidewalk — a dwelling to live in. But home is a little bit different.” As his third term as Chief of Enoch Cree

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News

Is there a mass exodus?

Once a province of opportunity where a melting pot of people from other provinces came together for economic reasons, Alberta now seems to be losing citizens at a rapid rate. Although some may speculate on the number of reasons why

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Culture

A Sprawl-ing venture

Whether in a job interview, by your high school’s guidance counselor, or by a job recruiter on campus, at some point everyone has been asked: “where do you see yourself in five years? ” “I always struggled with that question,”

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Food

How-to: Make your own butter

You may have noticed that your butter has been more diffi cult to spread these past few months. Back in February, a few Canadian foodies started asking questions over social media about this strangely hard butter, causing a bunch of

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Culture

Review: Framing Britney Spears

The highly anticipated Britney Spears documentary, Framing Britney Spears, had all the makings necessary for a great docu mentary. A beloved pop star in need, a legal battle against her corrupt father, a diverse cast of moderately reputable sources, and

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Culture

Date night: Learn how to keep backyard bees

Normally, I would say bees are firmly in the top 10 list of things to avoid on a date. However, if you’re looking for something a little different, and something that could potentially lead to a shared hobby, Edmonton’s selection

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Downtown

Food for thought: Mercer Tavern

In January of 2021, Mercer’s Tavern decided to revamp its menu and focus on its new food program. Due to the second shutdown, they have aimed to focus on comfort foods and food that travels well with delivery services such

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Campus

Student group Q&A: MacEwan Rotaract

To start, what are your names, and what do you do with your student group? Myles Dykes: My name is Myles Dykes, and I am the president at the MacEwan Rotaract. Erin Wadge: My name is Erin Wadge, and I

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