Are cats kept captive at home?

November 28, 2016 Nur Acar Tangun 0

  The bylaw that makes Oakville cats prisoners in their own homes is still in force, according to Oakville bylaw, number 2010-157.   The changes in the Oakville’s animal bylaws in 2011 which ruled to […]

Students united against rise in tuition fees

November 17, 2016 Saba Khan 0

Hundreds of students wielding traditional red and black protest signs marched at Queen’s Park in Toronto Wednesday afternoon, in a renewed effort to end high tuition fees in Ontario for post-secondary institutions. According to the Canadian […]

Burn After Reading: The Lifecycle of Books

November 15, 2016 Nicole Percy 0

Being well-read has always been a praise-worthy trait. Until, perhaps, now. Considering the increasing concern over the environment, the impact of your page-turning is fuel-burning. Without even taking into account the impact of the production […]

Hamilton’s hot housing market leaves locals out in the cold

November 14, 2016 Sian Mitchell 0

 Hamilton-A report published last week by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation revealed what Hamiltonians already know- the city’s housing market is overvalued and problematic. The CHMC points to out of towners from Toronto, […]

Cars or bikes: how to win the climate fight

November 14, 2016 Maryna Hordiienko 0

Climate change has become a big deal since natural catastrophes made the discourse on increasing temperatures different. The first Quebec climate change report in 1995 raised a discussion on how warming affected golfing in the province. Now things changed dramatically. […]