Swedish Aerospace Defense Company Saab Joins the Canadian Competition to Replace the Aging Fighter Fleet

Stone He -
Posted on: June 8, 2019

At the end of last month, Swedish aerospace defense company Saab has joined the competition to find a replacement for the aging CF-18 fleet of the Royal Canadian Air Force. Saab’s new fighter jet the Gripen E will compete in a $19 billion-dollar competition for 88 new jets in the Canadian Air Force. In addition, […]

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Concrete Buildings are Beautiful

Kai Huang -

One of the most universally disliked structures on campus is the Mathematics and Computer building. Part of this sentiment may arise from the fact that what students experience inside is nothing short of suffering, but I would argue that this is a common trait shared between many locations. What sets MC apart from the rest […]

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Alexandra and Nicholas Review

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Nicholas and Alexandra is a cozy, almost domestic account of the life of the last Tsar and his wife Alexandra. The Autocrat of all Russia features as a mild-mannered bourgeois sipping tea in his wife’s mauve boudoir or hanging ineffectually about the army camp. Alexandra’s personality takes on a sharper focus; she is devout, dutiful, […]

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Pride Month: Where are we Now?

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Its June! And you know what that means – it’s Pride month! Most people identify this month as the most colourful month of the year full of rainbows and parades. But that is not all this month is. It is not a surprise that the origin of June as Pride has a very discriminatory history. […]

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Canadian Indifference and State Sanctioned Violence

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When Canadians examine the world in which they live, it’s easy to see state sanctioned violence, human rights abuses, and injustice in other countries. From the wars and instability ravaging the Middle East, the poverty and dictatorships across Africa, and the authoritarian leaders elsewhere, it’s easy to believe that Canada is a bastion of harmony […]

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The Fraud of “Wokeness”

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A Bloomberg Businessweek headline earlier this year read, “How Dow Chemical Got Woke,” and underneath stated, “the conservative mega-corporation responsible for making napalm during the Vietnam War now has a gay CEO.” Similarly, MSNBC reported in January 2019 that “the military-industrial complex is now run by women.” Many in the media have celebrated these changes […]

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Editor’s Letter

Janny Wang - Editor-In-Chief

If God should deign to give me such fame as makes my last words worth knowing, then let them be: “Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables does not take place during the French Revolution of 1789.” The novel begins in 1815, after the fall of Napoleon, and runs up to 1832. The street revolt which prompted all […]

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