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Saturday, January 25, 2020

Politics Central: Justin Trudeau chooses Chrystia Freeland to replace Stéphane Dion as foreign affairs...

By: Manon Busseron Stéphane Dion, one of the most influential Canadian politicians, has been replaced by Chrystia Freeland, formerly in charge of international trade, in the...

Six deaths in a shooting at the Islamic cultural centre of Quebec City

By: Manon Busseron The images released by the Centre Culturel Islamique de Québec show bullet marks and blood on the walls. Last Sunday, the mosque...

The future of electoral reform

By: Olivia Roberts After the federal Liberal government announced the broken promise of electoral reform back in February, there remained another vote with the potential...

SFPIRG hosts “Putting Students back in SUB” workshop

By: Lubaba Mahmud, Staff Writer Editor’s Note: This article is a recap of an event that occurred on campus. The discussion that occurred represented one...

Virtual reality technologies aren’t only for the gamers out there

What used to be mere fun and games is now becoming a key player in treating various mental health conditions. Virtual reality (VR) technologies...

What has Trump done so far?

By: Manon Busseron Donald Trump became the 45th president of the United States a week ago and has already taken several actions according to his...

NDP Leadership Race Gets Underway

By: Benjamin Mussett As the federal Conservative leadership race grows increasingly contentious with name-calling and allegations of cheating, the federal New Democratic Party (NDP) leadership...

cLab research finds a new way to connect long-distance couples

Long-distance relationships are about to become a lot more intimate, with the help of some new technologies coming out of SFU. Carman Neustaedter, associate professor...

SFU Construction Watch: Week 13

By: Onosholema Ogoigbe, News Team Member SFU Construction Watch: the segment where we aim to provide accurate and up-to-date information about construction happening around our...

A breakdown of the BC provincial election

By: Alan Radziwil The BC Greens and the BC NDP brokered a historic deal last week with the intent to form the province’s new government. After...