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Teenage fiction normalizes abusive relationships Restaurant giant to acquire St-Hubert ROM to feature exhibit on tattoos Trump backtracks on abortion punishment statement Trudeau back in Washington
 
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Teenage fiction normalizes abusive relationships

“You’re nothing but a slut, we’re leaving,” he snapped at her. Alexa fell silent. Alexa is a freshman in high school – the idea of love is new to her. The world of dating is filled with the unknown. Every second not spent with him, her heart aches. Kody is kind-hearted, and loving. And although […]

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Restaurant giant to acquire St-Hubert

Quebec-based restaurant chain St-Hubert is set to be acquired by Cara, owners of Milestones, Swiss Chalet, and Montana’s (to name a few). Two food manufacturing plants and 120 St-Hubert outlets have been purchased by Cara for $537 million. The company aims to solidify its presence in Quebec and is “proud” to have this jewel under […]

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ROM to feature exhibit on tattoos

The Royal Ontario Museum will begin exhibiting the history, art, and obsession surrounding tattoo culture on Apr. 2. Over 200 objects will be on display, including prints, tools, videos, and specially commissioned silicone body parts displaying the work of 13 of the most revered tattoos artists in the world. Previously, the exhibit received acclaim at […]

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump feigns cold, in reference to opponent Hilary Clinton, at rally in Pittsburgh

Trump backtracks on abortion punishment statement

Donald Trump is in hot water again this week. The Republican presidential hopeful proposed that women who had abortions should be punished in some way. When Trump came under fire for the statements, he appeared to back-track and say that it isn’t the women who should be punished, but the doctors who perform abortions. Trump […]

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Trudeau back in Washington

In his third visit to the U.S. this month, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attended an economic forum in Washington today. Trudeau delivered his thoughts on bilateral trade, Canada’s economic future. “I think confident, optimistic countries, like confident, optimistic companies, should always be willing to invest in their future — to bet on their future,” Trudeau […]

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Teenage fiction normalizes abusive relationships

07 April 2016

“You’re nothing but a slut, we’re leaving,” he snapped at her. Alexa fell silent. Alexa is a freshman in high school – the idea of love is new to her. The world of dating is filled with the unknown. Every second not spent with him, her heart aches. Kody is kind-hearted, and loving. And although […]

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Restaurant giant to acquire St-Hubert

31 March 2016

Quebec-based restaurant chain St-Hubert is set to be acquired by Cara, owners of Milestones, Swiss Chalet, and Montana’s (to name a few). Two food manufacturing plants and 120 St-Hubert outlets have been purchased by Cara for $537 million. The company aims to solidify its presence in Quebec and is “proud” to have this jewel under […]

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ROM to feature exhibit on tattoos

31 March 2016

The Royal Ontario Museum will begin exhibiting the history, art, and obsession surrounding tattoo culture on Apr. 2. Over 200 objects will be on display, including prints, tools, videos, and specially commissioned silicone body parts displaying the work of 13 of the most revered tattoos artists in the world. Previously, the exhibit received acclaim at […]

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump feigns cold, in reference to opponent Hilary Clinton, at rally in Pittsburgh

Trump backtracks on abortion punishment statement

31 March 2016

Donald Trump is in hot water again this week. The Republican presidential hopeful proposed that women who had abortions should be punished in some way. When Trump came under fire for the statements, he appeared to back-track and say that it isn’t the women who should be punished, but the doctors who perform abortions. Trump […]

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Trudeau back in Washington

31 March 2016

In his third visit to the U.S. this month, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attended an economic forum in Washington today. Trudeau delivered his thoughts on bilateral trade, Canada’s economic future. “I think confident, optimistic countries, like confident, optimistic companies, should always be willing to invest in their future — to bet on their future,” Trudeau […]

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The double shift: unpaid female hockey players work other jobs

31 March 2016

It is often assumed that professional hockey players are highly paid. But for women, playing at even the highest level level, professional hockey is a constant battle between attempting to make a living and playing the game. As the women’s world hockey championship faces off in Kamloops today, it’s worth noting that the world’s elite […]

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Marineland encouraged to follow SeaWorld’s lead

17 March 2016

The SeaWorld announcement that it will stop breeding orcas in its parks puts pressure on Marineland, the Canadian theme park in Niagara Falls, to change its business model and look to rehabilitate the marine species. On Mar. 16, SeaWorld Entertainment announced in a joint statement with the Humane Society of the United States, it will […]

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Trudeau tells UN he sees positive shift in gender equality

17 March 2016

Justin Trudeau, who assembled a cabinet with an equal number of men and women last year “because it’s 2015,” spoke on Mar. 16 during the U.N.’s 60th session of the Commission on the Status of Women. Trudeau says he has no problem calling himself a feminist but that every time he mentions it, the “Twitterverse […]

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