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Volume 47, Issue 27 (March 15, 2021)

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UTMSU election features only one slate again

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU) is holding its annual elections to seat new members onto the union’s executive team and Board...

On the morning of March 14, the Ontario Premier Doug Ford spoke at a...

The month of March is jam-packed with virtual workshops and networking events organized by...

The implications of the CANZUK proposal for Canada-Britain relations

In the 19th century, after the Napoleonic wars, Britain distanced itself from European affairs to focus on its empire, which was the largest empire in the world, comprising roughly 25 per cent of the world. However, in the 20th century, Great Britain fought two...

Not Really Radio: Solve lets you ask the questions

Solve isn’t your ordinary audio-drama. Produced by iHeartRadio, each episode tells a new fictionalized story based on a true crime and has the listener try...

Since the end of the 1990s and the dawn of the new millennium, the...

With the dog days of summer steadily approaching, the beloved Canadian series Hudson & Rex premiered...

Big dreams often begin in childhood, and the question, “What do you want to...

As the semester draws to a close, many students are looking ahead to the...

The rise of anti-Asian attacks in Canada and other parts of...

The Covid-19 pandemic has taken a toll on people around the world, but lately, the impacts have been greater and more hostile towards the...

As a teenager, Nicole Laliberté went on a two-week human rights delegation trip to...

Optimism for endangered species rose with the successful cloning of an endangered black-footed ferret....

How UTM athletes have responded to Covid-19

As a student athlete at UTM, managing both the academic workload and competing at the Varsity level requires a significant time commitment. Prior to...

What really drives our behaviour on social media? Every day, people can spend several...