How To: Survive (and Succeed in) Group Projects

Posted September 7, 2012 by Anneliese Herbosa

“Okay class, I want you to form into groups now…” are quite possibly the most loathed words to come out of a professor’s mouth, next to announcing a pop quiz. Not a fan of group projects? Here are some tips to help smoothen the process.

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Is Vancouver Really Canada’s Most Congested City?

Posted July 18, 2012 by Abbas Virji

TomTom recently dubbed Vancouver as North America’s second-most congested city (after Los Angeles), and therefore Canada’s most congested city, in terms of vehicular traffic. I believe this conclusion is flawed. Read about why, and some ideas I have to reducing congestion within Metro Vancouver.

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Money & Politics

Canadian Penny Due for the Axe

Posted March 29, 2012 by Ralph King

It’s time to take that full jar of pennies sitting on your desk and take it to the bank.

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World News

Brothels Now Legal in Ontario

Posted March 27, 2012 by Ralph King

Ontario’s Court of Appeal has decided to allow brothels to legally operate in the Ontario on Monday. Sex trade workers in Ontario are now also allowed to hire drivers and security staff for protection.

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Social and Cultural Issues

Transgender Contestant from Miss Universe Canada Disqualified

Posted March 25, 2012 by Ralph King

How do we define what’s male or female today? It is exactly this dilemma in society that disqualified 23-year old transgender Jenna Talackova from the Miss Universe Canada pageant.

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