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Editorial: Artists deserve a living wage for their work

When Bank of Canada Govenor Stephen Poloz publicly stated that young, unemployed Canadians ought to work for free, it seemed most people were rightly annoyed. For a while, it seemed…

Editorial: Shop local, save money.

As much as it pains me to write this, given that I’m penning this editorial a full five weeks before Christmas, it now seems  impossible to deny that the holiday…

Editorial: Downtown’s not dead

On Monday November 17 the local store Things From Mom’s Basement officially moved from a basement storefront to a larger, street-level location just upstairs. The new location is very much…

Editorial: Remembrance Day – A personal conflict

Remembrance Day always seems to uncover the same predictable public disagreements. Should stores be allowed to play holiday music between Halloween and November 12? Is it insensitive that businesses showcase…

Editorial: SMA a forecast of the higher education’s future

It has been more than two years now since the Ontario government and, specifically, the Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities (MTCU) began their province-wide initiative to differentiate the post…

Editorial: Broadcasting can be public—why can’t print?

The CBC has radio, television, and Internet content. This content includes entertainment, documentaries, sports coverage, and even journalism. Why then is a publicly owned and operated newspaper not among its…

Editorial: Online learning needs an an overhaul

During my recent interview with Trent University’s new President, Dr. Leo Groake (published in our last issue), he discussed at length the arrival of the digital age and how he…

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