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Amy McQuaid-England finds the right angle

Sometimes all it takes is the right pair of shoes. Amy McQuaid-England has hung up her heels for the year, in favour of "filmmaking"...

Doug Ford’s freedom of speech policy is hypocritical

Doug Ford’s attempt to protect freedom of speech is so hypocritical, it could easily be mistaken for a (very bad) joke. Amidst protests at...

Trudeau comes up ACEs at UOIT

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau came to Oshawa to announce a $9.5 million investment in University of Ontario Institute of Technology’s (UOIT) Automotive Centre of...

‘Strong voices’ speak to Oshawa MPP

After hosting a town hall meeting, New Democrat Party MPP Jennifer French had no trouble recognizing the “strong voices are in Oshawa.” French hosted the...

An inside look at the five-week strikers

The five-week college faculty strike put education on hold across the province and most media reports were of how students would possibly lose their...

The face of DC’s student politics is changing

By Aly Beach, Cassidy McMullen and Kirsten Jerry A new era of student politics is underway at Durham College. The Durham College (DC) student association, now...

Obama preaches hope during Toronto speech

“It’s both the worst of times and the best of times,” former United States president Barack Obama said as he spoke at the Toronto...

Keep an eye out for Celina

Whitby MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes has been the talk of Durham Region politics since Justin Trudeau paid a visit to her campaign during last fall’s...

The politics of self-awareness

In two years, Celina Caesar-Chavannes has gone from running her own business, to a household name for many Whitby and Canadian residents. Caesar-Chavannes is...

The reign of the Trudeaus

When you compare Justin Trudeau to his father, Pierre Elliot Trudeau, it becomes apparent that while times have changed since Pierre was in power,...