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Hi Readers, Surprisingly, the news doesn’t stop during exam season, and there’s been lots going on lately.  We’re sure you heard about the passing of Canada’s recently retired Finance Minister, Jim Flaherty.  The grim news overshadowed reports of Patrick Brazeau’s arrest in Ottawa, on charges of assault, possessing cocaine, breaching bail conditions, and uttering threats.  [...]

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Russia is going head to head with the West in a geo-political crisis over Ukraine and its future that is set on a path towards escalation. Putin sees the crisis over Ukraine as a test of strength, and as a confrontation of prowess and prestige.  The West sees it as either a disaster in the making [...]

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Last Thursday’s Battle of the Profs, hosted by the Economics Students Association, highlighted many of the tensions between environmental and economic points of view regarding pipeline projects, as well as the issue of climate change in general. On the pro-pipeline side of the debate, Professors Christopher Ragan and Christopher Green, both from the Department of [...]

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The last week or so has seen a huge number of McGill and Concordia students unable to register to vote in the upcoming provincial elections, on April 7th. Unfortunately, failing to register means not be able to actually vote on said day. As such, the students I mention in this article are being denied one [...]

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La campagne électorale provinciale de 2014 restera sans aucun doute dans la mémoire des Québécois comme l’une des plus vicieuses des années récentes. Les chefs et les candidats se « lancent de la boue », comme le dit Monsieur Couillard, afin de démontrer que leurs adversaires ne sont pas aptes à diriger la province. Des campagnes de salissage aux [...]

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