Art mirrors Russia

Russia, the famous red machine. The Soviet Empire, The Cold War, The Berlin Wall.  Shady politics, strict nationalism, censored media. Russia has always fascinated us in North America, if not the entire world. It isn’t just the Americans that have […]

Bill C-23, an election act deemed to be fair

Conservative Bill C-23 may ultimately affect only students, the elderly and Aboriginals. Introduced by the Minister of Justice, the initial reason for Bill C-23 was to strengthen election rules. Bill C-23, first presented by the Conservative party in 2006, prohibits […]

Thomas Mulcair visits Brantford

On Tuesday evening, leader of the NDP, the official opposition, Thomas Mulcair, addressed a hall full of Brantford residents. After a full day of visiting within the GTA, furthering the NDP’s affordability campaign, Mulcair stopped in Brantford to speak with […]

Ford Cracks

November 13th 2013 – Mayor Rob Ford admitted to buying illegal drugs while he was in the position of mayor. The Toronto City Council then voted 37-5, asking Rob Ford to step down as mayor and deal with his personal […]

Rob Ford has had enough… and gets enough

November 15th, 2013 – TORONTO, ON: Toronto’s Mayor, Rob not only used graphic language but finally cracked and admitted to being “pushed over the line,” while apologizing for his comments towards released police documents. Early Thursday morning, new allegations we’re […]

Ford repents … Kind of.

By Swathy Sooriyakumar, Staff writer and Nathanael Lewis, News Editor November 7th, 2013 – TORONTO, ON: Toronto Mayor, Rob Ford is in the fire again after the release of a video. Not the crack video everyone has been expecting, but another […]

Goodbye, Jack

Canada continues to mourn as one of its greatest political leaders has left us forever. After a lengthy battle with cancer, beloved New Democrat Party leader Jack Layton has passed away. Layton died on August 22, 2011 at his home […]