Editorial articles

‘Tis the season for drinking, driving and Nickleback

Jimmy Kakish If you drink and drive, your IQ must be in the single digits. Seriously, driving is dangerous enough sober. So, what crosses the mind of people that think they can be safe while driving intoxicated? Despite the many anti-drunk driving campaigns headed by Mothers Against Drunk Driving and the Canadian government, a report

Trump victory can’t be ignored

By Hunter Crowther Don’t worry, citizens of Planet Earth: there’s still an Earth. After 18 months of one of the most toxic presidential campaigns in recent memory, Donald Trump made history Tuesday night by defeating Hillary Clinton and taking the highest office in the land. Donald J. Trump – the self-proclaimed billionaire who began with

Remembrance day democracy

November 11 symbolizes freedom, democracy and sacrifice. But the aftermath of the presidential election in the United States has represented these things in a conflicted light. Both major candidates had their flaws, so this is not to address them on their personalities. Donald Trump won the election, and no matter how voters feel about it,

Cocaine making a comeback, for good?

by Jimmy Kakish Four people pile into a bathroom. Next, a set of keys jingles. After that, the sound of a toilet flush floats above somebody with a bad case of the sniffles. The ritual repeats four times. Ten minutes later, they come outside, wiping their keys off, their fists clenched, everybody speaking like Amtrak