CampusNewsEla Kaufman

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 Edmonton, and none of them are...

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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 have been...

CultureNewsMya Colwell

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 Nation continues, Morin is passionate about providing that...

CultureNewsJackson Spring

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,” says Jeremy Klaszus, founder and...

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