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Author: Lydia Fleming


Recipe: Barbecue bonanza

Jerk Chicken Burgers: Serves: 8 Prep: 2 hours INGREDIENTS: 4 chicken breasts, cut in half widthwise 1 cooking onion Salt and pepper 1 jar of your favourite jerk chicken marinade 1/2 red onion 8 slices of pineapple Burger toppings of

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The Alberta provincial election

The 2019 Alberta provincial election is coming up and deciding on who to vote for can be a stressful task. Most large news outlets have a political leaning and it can be difficult to determine what aspects of the election

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Final Thoughts: Nurture over nature

Thanks to a political science class and some extensive back and forth conversations (debates, if you will), I have been thinking a lot about the role communities play in shaping humanity. It all started when I read some pieces by

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The background of Saint Patrick’s Day is an interesting one. The story that Saint Patrick came to Ireland to drive out all the snakes is actually a metaphor used by the Catholic Church. Saint Patrick came to Ireland to convert

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Dr. Saucier resigns

Dr. Deborah Saucier, president of MacEwan University, announced she would be resigning as of July 3, 2019. Saucier began her role as president of the university in July 2017, and was the institution’s first female president.   Saucier began her

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Standard field sobriety test training

In order for RCMP officers to perform the standard field sobriety test, they have to be properly trained on what the tests are, how to communicate, and what signs of impairment to look for. To receive proper training, they need

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Recipe: Mange à trois

Romance is in the frigid air, and we are here to provide you with some fun food tips to up the ante with your Valentine’s Day meal. These three recipes all contain at least one alleged aphrodisiac, ingredients that are

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Knowing the past to shape the future

2019 marks the first year MacEwan University will be hosting a Black History Month celebration. According to Yonae Rolle, the lead administrator for the event, “it is only fitting that the inaugural celebration of Black History Month at MacEwan is

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Recipe: The tale of two salads

Eating healthy can be hard. Especially when veggie platters make you sad. But, eating healthy doesn’t have to be boring or tasteless. Here are a couple of salad recipes guaranteed to please your taste buds and your conscience. Caesar Salad

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Date night

Date night: Royal Alberta Museum

The Royal Alberta Museum’s (RAM) new building opened its doors in October of last year, and the new features are a sight to behold. The museum is open until 8 p.m. on Thursdays, making it a great choice to shake

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