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A former inmate and his experience with jail

Pat Craig spent more than a third of his life in the Canadian prison system. He was an addict from the age of 12 and...

Senators speak on Indigenous women’s rights in Canada

In Saskatchewan prisons, 98 per cent of women incarcerated are Indigenous, and statistics throughout the country are not far off. Senator Lillian Eva Quan Dyck, Senator...

Proposed legislation tosses crime victims to the backseat

The Canadian justice system has changed a lot over the last century. We saw a shift from a penal model to a welfare model,...
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Double win for Tommies’ volleyball teams at Lady Beaverbrook Gym

Both St. Thomas University women’s and men’s volleyball teams enjoyed a celebratory night on Jan. 25 after beating the Holland College Hurricanes in a...

Proposed immersion plan faces criticism from teachers, parents

As a proud Acadian mother, Sandra Kell wants her children to be able to thrive as bilinguals, but New Brunswick’s proposed changes to replace...

Weekly Briefs: Jan. 23 – 29

New election process for valedictorian Alex Nguyen, president of the St. Thomas University Students' Union, said the union, in collaboration with STU, proposed a new...

Review: ‘M3GAN’ and its take on campy horror

Over the past few years, movie studios have attempted to capture the strange magic of campiness in horror, but rarely have they been successful.  All...