(The photos accompanying this article are meant for illustrative purposes only. The restaurant they were taken in--Soupcon--does not employ tip theft practices. We apologize for any confusion or miscommunication the use of these photos have caused.) Unless you’ve worked in...
(photos by Andrew Tan) Those of you that have travelled to South America or have a South American friend may know that people in the region drink a particularly interesting-looking beverage. In the southern cone of South America, most specifically in...
When Prime Minister Harper recently decided to emulate a period in American history, you can be certain it wasn’t one of the good ones. Throughout American history there have been important domestic ‘wars’ fought by American presidents on behalf of...
(Photos from Elsipogtog Solidarity Rally in Peterborough, October 18, by Andrew Tan) On the Thursday before Reading Week, while most students were busy packing their bags and catching buses to go home, the people of Elsipogtog First Nation, New Brunswick,...
Canada’s game production industry is booming, with new plans for expansion recently announced by major studios in Quebec and British Columbia. Montreal in particular has become the biggest hub of the gaming industry in Canada, due in no small...
The Peterborough slam team is looking to show off their talents at the 2013 Canadian Festival of Spoken Word this November. The national competition will be held in Montréal from November 4-9, and the Peterborough Poetry Collective continues to fundraise...
I’m guessing that the overlap of artists who have been featured on both CBC Radio One and Lollapalooza is relatively small. Alexandra Oliver is one who finds herself in this uncommon crossroads. Her poetry embodies another sort of tension. Aesthetically...
Co written by Brea Hutchinson A review of Canada’s standing human rights record has generated 162 recommendations for Canada to improve upon its record. Canada has accepted all but 40 recommendations. The majority of the rejected recommendations fall into three...
Canadians John Greyson and Dr. Tarek Loubani, who have been imprisoned in Cairo, Egypt since their August 16 arrest, have been released. Greyson is a successful filmmaker, video artist, writer, activist, educator, and professor at York University. Loubani is an...
Trigger warning: rape, sexual assualt In the past few weeks, Canadian media has played a significant role in publicizing a story about an Instagram video where frosh week leaders at Saint Mary’s University (SMU) in Nova Scotia chanted an offensive...