Daily Archives: October 25, 2019

Dinos tested at home during Canada West Championships

By Pierre Lechat, October 25 2019 — Last year, the University of Calgary Dinos men’s cross-country team made history, winning their first U Sports title. Nothing has stopped them, from the Canada West title — one of the four U Sports regional championships — to the coveted national honour. They’ve since gone back to work…

Faculty of Law discusses cannabis edibles

By Devin Szoo, October 25 2019— Cannabis consumers can expect to find edibles and other new products on the shelves shortly, thanks to a new law that came into force on Oct. 17. This regulatory regime allows for the sale of recreational cannabis edibles, extracts and topicals, according to a lecture given at the Faculty…

Nobel Committee Announces 2019 Nobel Prize Laureates 

By Ava Zardynezhad, October 25 2019— Earlier this month, five laureates were presented with the prestigious Nobel Prize in Stockholm, Sweden. The Nobel Prize was established and financially supported by Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite, in 1895, and first awarded in 1901. These prizes are presented annually by the Nobel Assembly at the Karolinska…

The trouble with Facebook

By Matthew Herring, October 25 2019— My Facebook account sits completely inactive, filling with cobwebs and collecting more dust every single day. The only recent posts on my timeline are from family members wishing me a happy birthday or tagging me in photos from a family gathering. Between the occasional message or request to play 8…

Election results are in

By Farah Refaey, October 25 2019— It could’ve been better. But it also could’ve been worse. For far too long, Canada has been largely bipartisan. We have never had a government that was anything but Liberal or Conservative. For far too long, we’ve been swinging from one party to the other in an attempt to find…

Dealing with a horrible boss

By Shefali Rai, October 25 2019— According to CBC, a new survey suggested that two out of five Canadians quit their job recently because of a bad manager. Let’s dig a little deeper, shall we? Out of the 400 people surveyed, roughly 156 of these individuals said they resigned due to bad management. That’s 39…

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