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How your country affects the way you define dating

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How your country affects the way you define dating? Many social realities have evolved throughout the years. Dating is one of those. Not only has it evolve with time, but it’s social significance and importance varies around the world. Dating holds a strong place in Millennials’ life. According to Urban Dictionary, it is when ” […]

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Is a reconciliation with the first nations possible?

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Is a reconciliation with the first nations possible? In the past few weeks, natives protests and rail blockades have been spreading across Quebec, British Columbia and Ontario. These protests are taking place in response to the Coastal GasLink project, a pipeline over 670 km long that would cost more than $ 6.6 million and divide […]

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The rise of the body positive movement

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The rise of the body positive movement Body positivity is everywhere. This movement that has been making a lot of noise in the past decade. Between the Victoria’s Secret controversy and the critics of Brandy Melville’s one size only, we live in a time where “body positivity” has almost become a trend and a strategy […]

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Why Millennials have a hard time reaching a work-life balance.

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Why Millennials have a hard time reaching a work-life balance. Although Millennials are a pretty broad generation, that spans about 20 years, older generations tend to view us as only young adults. Previous generations tend to refer to as Millennials as young adults who are still in school and who do not have all the […]

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Here’s what you need to know about the first nations’ protests

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Here’s what you need to know about the first nations’ protests If you tried to make the trip Montreal-Toronto or Montreal-Ottawa by train, you have surely noticed that several railroads across Canada are blocked by certain Aboriginal nations, but why this blockage? The situationWet’suwet’en territory, located in British Columbia, is an unceded territory, which means […]

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How Millennials are redifining Burn-Out

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How Millennials are redefining Burn-Out Last year, a viral publication sparked a conversation around millennial burnout. The BuzzFeed article titled “How Millennials Became The Burnout Generation” explores the idea that this generation is faced with systemic challenges, that weighs on them and impacts negatively their overall quality of life. In her article, Anne Helen Petersen […]

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Here are 5 things you need to know about Trump’s impeachment

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Here are 5 things you need to know about Trump’s impeachment 1. The verdictOn December 18, the house of representatives ended up impeaching Trump. But in the US political system, the final decision is taken by the senate. Last Wednesday, after 5 months, Trump’s impeachment trial finally ended with the Senate vote. In a very […]

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The contradictory position of Legault’s government on first nations’ rights

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The contradictory position of Legault’s government on first nations’ rights Bill C-92, “the First Nations, Inuit and Métis Children, Youth and Families Act”, introduced in the House of Commons on April 29, 2019, is finally implemented by Ottawa. This law allowing greater autonomy for first nations has been strongly contested by the Legault government. Previously, […]