By Kimia Gharagozloo Behold the bees, for they are the most overworked and under-appreciated helpers of our planet. They work all day long collecting nectar and pollen while pollinating a vast variety of plants along their way. Besides being an important part of the food chain, these tiny arthropods also play a crucial role in improving sustainability and biodiversity, both of which are needed to … Continue reading The Buzz Around the Campus: Beekeeping at Marianopolis
By Amber North As the current pandemic continues to unfold, it is only to be expected for all aspects of society to be affected one way or another. But I still was shocked when I found out that Le Chateau and Bar B Barn downtown, the closest one to my house as well as my sister’s favourite restaurant, would be shutting down due to either … Continue reading How the Pandemic is Affecting Small Businesses Across Montreal
By Sarah Corbin-Garant 2020 definitely had its negative recurring impacts on Halloween night in Quebec City. In fact, at around 10 p.m., 24-year-old Carl Girouard from Sainte-Thérèse walked the streets of Old Quebec and performed a terrible carnage. With a Japanese sword, he randomly selected his victims and sadistically managed to stab and kill two people while injuring five others. François Duchesne, a 56-year-old director … Continue reading Two dead in Quebec City: a direct effect of the COVID-19 pandemic?
By Alfonso Fernandez
Edited By Amanda Barnard
When thinking about the future, we usually picture flying cars, robots living alongside humans, medicine that can cure any kind of disease, you name it. The more that time passes, the closer we are to achieving these realities. We already see technical advancements within the automobile industry who are beginning to make self-driving cars, The creation of jetpacks, and even some efforts towards the beginning of artificial intelligence. Continue reading Towards a More Progressive Marianopolis
By Sara Hashemi
Since March 2015, Yemen has been embroiled in a civil war that has cost the lives of more than 10,000 people. Continue reading The War in Yemen, and Why You Don’t Know it’s Happening