Life Style

Millennials and their debt

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Millennials and their debt Even though the average entry-level salary and minimum wage have increased over generations, many studies have shown that Millennials are accumulating more debt than previous generations. According to 2019 Statistics Canada data, Millennials have become the most indebted group of society. Understanding this debt can be tricky. From a general opinion, […]

Life Style

Why it’s hard to find a balance between social media and well-being

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Why it’s hard to find a balance between social media and well-being With social media apps becoming somewhat of a necessity to build relationships (online and IRL), finding a balance between our online social presence and our well-being can be hard.  Over the last decade, the number of social platforms seems to have grown exponentially. With […]

Society

Should the popular vote matter in Canada?

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Should the popular vote matter in Canada? Victory for the Liberals The Liberals won Monday’s election with 157 ridings even though they did not win the popular vote and had a low percentage of 33.1. The Conservatives were elected in 121 ridings and won a popular vote of 34.4%. Justin Trudeau will begin his second […]

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The funniest moments of the campaign

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The funniest moments of the campaign 1. The Liberal’s theme song The poor French translation of the liberal party’s theme song faced a lot of backlash. “one hand up” by the Canadian group The Strumbellas is poorly traduced. This sentence seemed to be translated by “enlève la main” (“take out the hand”) in the French version of […]