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Nash 84 Journalism Conference

NASH 84, Canada’s largest student journalism conference, created by the Canadian University Press (CUP), took place over the weekend of Feb. 25-27. The three-day virtual event was hosted by Montréal’s The Concordian, Concordia University’s student publication and CUP member. The

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Campus

Guiscela Perez Arellano

If Guiscela Perez Arellano wins the Pihesiwin city council seat on Oct. 18, she will be the first female BIPOC council member in Edmonton.  The City of Edmonton records show that there have only been 31 female council members in

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Campus

Action needed more than words

At 2:30 p.m. on Sept. 30, around 40 people were on hand to watch as a Tipi was erected and banners were put up on what used to be known as the Living Bridge, which passes over 97 Street near

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Campus

MacEwan to implement mandatory vaccines by 2022

Mandatory vaccines will be needed for students planning to return to campus starting in January of 2022. Declaration of inoculation status will be required through the Safe@MacEwan app, which can be used for both Apple and Android devices. MacEwan University’s

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Events

Fort Edmonton park reopens with some new surprises

With restrictions heightened once again and no idea what summer will bring, there isn’t much that Edmontonians can do for fun, but Fort Edmonton Park is hoping to change that. Originally, the intention was to open in May 2020, but

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Lifestyle

Netflix is bringing password sharing to a halt

We all know that one Netflix account that we piggyback off of, the one with the six different profiles all from different households. Well, Netflix is cracking down on password sharing by starting a new feature that aims to prevent

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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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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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