Mental health affects us all. I personally know many students struggling with this issue every day, and I am terrified of the consequences that will occur because they weren’t able to receive adequate help.
We took the opportunity to speak with editors of student newspapers across the country to get their take on their student federation’s structure.
Hamilton is at least moving in the right direction with their new education based approach to regulating predatory payday loans.
The Icelandic government will introduce new legislation this month to eradicate the pay gap between all forms of gender, ethnicity, sexuality, and nationality.
Why shouldn’t the government use an inanimate object that belongs to nobody to offer someone a concrete chance at extending their life?
While everyone is proposing grandiose ideas to fix the student federation, we might as well talk about some simple structural changes that will make further reform easier.
Although the Canadian health care system covers all essential medical services for residents, medication and prescriptions are not covered by this plan.
Whether it’s classifying revenge porn as sexual assault, or initiating an overhaul in how our police services deal with sexual cybercrimes, it’s clear that something has to change.
Closed, cautious, protectionist societies can only stand still for so long until the currents of time will sweep them off their feet.