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New Energy: Hydrogen

By Isabella Diez The demand for clean energy and net-zero emissions is apparent, now more than ever. The global climate is in a crisis and in order to meet long-term climate goals, changes must be made now.  Governments have the opportunity to actively work towards this goal. As countries and governments begin to reel back from the pandemic, the implementation of clean energy can aid … Continue reading New Energy: Hydrogen

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Housing Bubble in Canada?

By Daniel Tortis Houses in Canada carried hefty price tags before the COVID-19 pandemic started. Now prices are even higher and unaffordable for many Canadians across the country. The national average selling price hit an all-time high at $678,091, which was 25 percent higher than 2020. This trend over the past year is not only affecting the big urban centers like Toronto and Vancouver. In … Continue reading Housing Bubble in Canada?

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The Rise and Fall of Bill Hwang

By Nithusa Sinnadurai The financial world continues to unravel the puzzling mystery surrounding 57- year old Bill Hwang; the renowned investor who lost $20 billion in two days. Hwang’s financial career propelled when he landed a job as an investment advisor for the investment firm Tiger Management. During his time there, Hwang had the opportunity to work with esteemed stock investor Julian Robertson. In the … Continue reading The Rise and Fall of Bill Hwang

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New Zealand Offers Support to Bereaved Mothers

By Samantha Bader New Zealand has taken another step towards ensuring that their workplaces are as progressive as possible when it comes to the workplace rights of women. Last week, a bill that was passed unanimously through parliament has become the first in the world to provide women who suffer a miscarriage with paid leave. This represents a massive milestone for working women in New … Continue reading New Zealand Offers Support to Bereaved Mothers

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OPINION: A Shot at Recovery

The Best Stimulus For Canada is Shots in the Arm. By Momal Khan The cottage country rush, summer rentals, exotic vacations, and backyard pools- all signs the economy could bounce back soon. But with the current state of vaccination rounds, a COVID-free summer may be too much to hope for.  While many stand to believe that Canada has botched the vaccine rollout (at least in … Continue reading OPINION: A Shot at Recovery

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Rogers Acquisition of Shaw

Do the Benefits Outweigh the Downfalls? By Jonathan Paglialunga March 15th 2021 marked the birth of a controversial $26 billion deal between two Canadian communications companies: Rogers and Shaw. Under the proposed plan, Rogers will pay $40.50 for each of Shaw’s outstanding class A and B shares. The March 15th proposal resulted in Shaw’s shares springing 42% to $34, a number still well below the … Continue reading Rogers Acquisition of Shaw

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The Student Skill Sets of the Future

By Nataly Kehyayan Landing an internship has been extra challenging this year in a job market that was already competitive for students and recent graduates. In fact, more than 50% of graduates feel less confident in their job search this year and 33% are concerned about their chances of breaking into their preferred industry. Unemployment in Canada for the ages between 20 and 24 rose … Continue reading The Student Skill Sets of the Future

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New Energy Agenda Propels Pipeline Disputes

By Rowland Goddard, Staff Writer Since the mid-19th-century, petroleum and gasoline pipelines have been the predominant way Americans and Canadians get their energy. In America, 69% of the energy consumed is from oil and gas and in Canada, that figure grows to 79%. As energy giants, both countries produce and transport millions of natural gas and oil units through their pipelines every day. However, with … Continue reading New Energy Agenda Propels Pipeline Disputes

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Summer Job Search for Students

By Isabella Diez The 2021 Summer Workplace: The work landscape will look a little different as we head into the summer of 2021. In previous years, university students have been able to gain valuable work experience by securing full-time positions in a variety of industries. As we saw last summer in 2020, many companies reduced the number of student positions available which left many students … Continue reading Summer Job Search for Students