// Liam Kavanagh-Bradette

Illegal, dangerous and too much fun

I’m trying not to die as I pedal hard down the curving corners of a parking garage. Dozens of bikes with no brakes are inches away from me on all sides: column … bike … bike …...
// Curtis Hauser

Toil and trouble

How many hours you need to work and how much comfort you get in return is a question as old as civilization—from the 175 holidays a year enjoyed during the Roman Empire to the 15-hour workdays of the...
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Big money drops oil

Two-thirds to three-quarters: that’s how much of the world’s known oil reserves have to stay in the ground to avoid catastrophic climate disruption. While our government acts like climate...
// WBurris via Compfight

Alberta could see massive tuition hikes

The Alberta government is opening the door to potentially huge tuition increases in certain programs—a direct reversal of a promise they made just four years ago. The University of Alberta’s la...
Don't snooze your dollars away // MRehan via Compfight

The tax man, a student’s best friend

Post-secondary is expensive. Unless your family has salted away some serious cash, you’re going to have to hustle your buns to earn enough money to pay for classes or take out some student loan...
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Murdered daughters

First Nations women are four times more likely to be murdered than non-aboriginal women. That’s a glaring, serious issue that simply can’t be ignored—unless you’re Stephen Harper. E...
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Oh, Canada …

Depending on how vigorously you observe nationalistic celebrations, you might still be nursing a Canada Day hangover. We Canucks are justifiably proud of what is, in many ways, a beautiful and accept...
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Thinking renewable

The time is right for Alberta to seriously invest in renewable resources. Alberta is an energy powerhouse, a place mentioned in the same breath as Saudi Arabia and Venezuela when it comes to oil rich...