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Monday, February 24, 2020

Defeat of the far-right candidate in Dutch general elections

By: Manon Busseron Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s party won the general elections held in the Netherlands on Wednesday, March 15. These elections were particularly important in...

SFU is saving athletes one sticker at a time

For many years, concussions were something sports coaches, and even doctors knew little about in regards to long-term repercussions. Back in 2002, Dr. Bennet...

Politics Central: State of Innu reserve of Uashta-Maliotenam has been labeled as form of...

By: Manon Busseron Five suicide deaths have occurred in the Innu reserve of Uashat-Maliotenam, near Sept-Îles (Quebec), home of more than 4,000 people. An inquiry was...

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...

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...

Post-secondary students assemble to plan for climate justice

By: Madeleine Chan, Staff Writer Post-secondary students from across Metro Vancouver came together on the afternoon of Sunday, January 19 at SFU’s Harbour Centre to...

Council Corner

By: Paige Riding, News Writer Increase in BC Medical Services Plan (MSP) fees for international students  Teaching Support Staff Union representative Alicia Massie discussed concerns regarding...

SFSS’s Annual General Meeting recurs on September 25

By: Paige Riding, News Writer There’s a lot of acronyms plastered across campus this Fall. Ones that say things like “SFSS,” (Simon Fraser Student Society)...

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...

Ontario judge stands up with residential school survivors

By: Manon Busseron Canada failed to protect thousands of Indigenous childrens’ cultural identities during the “1960s Scoop,” Superior Court Justice Edward Belobaba stated. After an eight-year...