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A walk across Canada

Travelling across Canada on land is a daunting task. Xena Szkotak knows this better than anybody. She has been walking along the TransCanada Highway since Feb. 24, going from Victoria, B.C. and making her way to St. John’s, N.L.  The

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Aiming for an equal future, one game at a time

After the 2020 Tokyo Olympics this summer, female athletes have been propelled, and deservedly so, into the spotlight. Female athletes made up more than half of the athletes on Canada’s Olympic team, and women took home two-thirds of Canada’s total

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Opinions

Back to work

It has been almost two years since the first wave of the COVID pandemic. This has led to inevitable job losses for both full- and part-time workers. The uncertainty of a part-time job and fluctuating income while navigating school can

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Creative Spotlight: Grace Duiker

As a child, Grace Duiker spent much of her time crafting art. From paper and glue to paint, she would create vivid, colourful pieces with whatevershe could get her hands on. In high school, she got in touch with her

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Reconciliation at MacEwan

MacEwan’s Indigenous Centre, kihêw waciston, is welcoming community back with open arms As the fall term resumes again — in person, for the most part — MacEwan University students are looking forward to staring at something other than the crack

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Edmonton Mayoral Candidates

The municipal election is coming up quickly. On Oct. 18, you have the opportunity to vote for the candidate you believe will make the greatest impact on our city and one that will listen to your voice as a post-secondary

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Creative Spotlight: Gabrielle DeGouw

Gabrielle deGouw is a self-proclaimed lantern addict. Ever since she saw the lanterns at the Quarter’s Arts Spring Equinox Parade about seven years ago, she’s been hooked. They may just be wire, paper, and a few light bulbs, but they’re

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Lifestyle

Saluting women in the electrical industry

Jason Courtepatte is a young Métis entrepreneur who is changing the way the electrical industry views women in the Edmonton area. Courtepatte, the owner of Kite Electric, prides himself in operating a diverse and equal-opportunity electrical and solar company.  Since

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