Nadia Helal

There is a secret that the tourism industry is hiding: you can easily find other, less expensive ways of remembering a trip.

Having lots of free time, little or no concern for school, and no one to answer to is the recipe for a potentially delightful holiday season. Here are just a few suggestions of activities that can be enjoyed in spite of your lonely circumstances.

It’s so great to see the administration actually doing something about making learning a more positive and environmentally responsible experience. No one is just idly sitting by bragging about a green wall in one building alone, or comforting themselves that the campus was ranked as the most sustainable in Canada.

“My family will always be grateful to this country and town for entrenching the beliefs of religious tolerance and multiculturalism into fundamental rights for citizens,” said Jaameh. “It’s too bad Quebec didn’t agree to do the same.”

Next time you’re driving, can you at least take it easy on us cyclists? All we want is to share the road in peace.

We asked students to come up with some of the best lessons they picked up in first semester that they plan on carrying into the winter one.

Jeremy Dias, a psychology and political science graduate from the University of Ottawa, discusses the nuts and bolts of his growing organization Jer’s Vision, and offers invaluable advice to help communities move forward with inclusivity and indiscrimination.

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