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Swine Shoe Scandal – An Open Apology From The Inventor

May 17, 2019, by Jem Swine Shoe Scandal – An Open Apology From The Inventor You are likely here in seek of clarity. Having heeded the cries of scaremongers, you wonder whether it is true, whether it can be that the boy is responsible for ...

A Champion’s Mindset: In Conversation with Mark Shapiro (President and CEO of the Toronto Blue Jays)

Mark Shapiro has worn many hats in his career, but as you’ll read in this interview, he’s always tried to be the same person underneath it all. Mark Shapiro’s focus on growth and self-improvement has led him to his newest role as pres...

8 Popular Travel Destinations For Students On A Budget

Now that exams are finished, you might be planning a big summer trip with your friends. But where oh where will you go? The world is big and filled with travel destinations you want to see. With your sudden influx of freedom, how will you t...

Be There: A New Mental Health Resource For Young People

On a gloomy Thursday, I had the opportunity to attend an uplifting event hosted by Jack.org at the Centre for Social Innovation. Jack.org is a one-of-a-kind Canadian charity that “trains and empowers young leaders to revolutionize mental ...

Writing a dissertation – things I wish I had known!

May 15, 2019, by Alina Writing a dissertation – things I wish I had known! After having done what seemed like the impossible, and handing my dissertation in last week (cue round of applause!!) I’ve been reflecting on things that I wish ...

Balancing placement and revision

May 14, 2019, by Shweta Balancing placement and revision For most students, exams are just around the corner and for others, like myself, they’re only about 4-5 weeks away. If you’re in your latter years of university, you’re also lik...

Would You Ever Pay for an Essay?

Essay writing firms are thriving in Canada, but does that make them okay to use? Ever wondered how one of those essay writing firms actually work? How legit are these operations? Will you get caught for using one? These are questions studen...

This Student Ran IKEA Canada for a Day

What’s the secret to running a massive business like IKEA Canada? It’s all about the story. IKEA is the world’s largest furniture retailer and they haven’t stayed that way just because. One of the reasons for their success, at least...

The last lesson

May 13, 2019, by John The last lesson I look at the result slip that my teacher hands to me. BBAD, the paper reads. I feel a whirlwind of emotions. In front of my friends, I know I cannot show too much emotion. But I wish the ground would s...

Internships 101: Free vs. Paid

My Mom told me this story about a man she and my Dad are friends with. When he was thirty years old in 1990, he immigrated to Canada from South Africa. He was a construction engineer in South Africa, but he had a hard time finding a job in ...

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