The address contained promising information and exemplified the success of Concordia University of Edmonton. Continue reading Did You Miss The Address?
Concordia is paving the pathway for success. The Indigenous Knowledge and Research Centre shows how far the university has come and how much further it can go. I am excited to see what’s next. Continue reading Grand Opening Of The Indigenous Knowledge and Research Centre
Christmas is almost here gentlemen, and it’s nearly time to get that special someone a present. Let’s be honest; it’s a confusing time of the year. By now you’re feeling kind of stumped and that special someone has had her gift picked out for you for months. Continue reading 12 Perfect Gift Ideas for that Special Girl
Bill C-45 is underway: the legalisation of cannabis throughout Canada. However, it is still too early to evaluate how exactly the legalisation of cannabis will be regulated. Continue reading Cannabis is Coming
Their carcasses litter the school hallways, numbering the many fallen. Black and red, they surround us; especially if you have the honour of being in an older part of Concordia University of Edmonton. They fly around, haunting us with their spasming bodies. You might be wondering what they are: Box Elder Bugs! Continue reading The Creepy Crawlies Have Got To Go!
Are they the Progressive Party or the Wildrose Party? The answer, ladies and gentlemen, is the United Conservative Party. The vote to merge both parties took place on July 22 of this year with a 95% agreement between the two. The Progressive Conservative party took a hard hit during the last provincial elections when the NDP attained the majority of the vote; the Wildrose became the official opposition party with the most seats won. The 44-year rule of the Progressive Conservative dynasty had come to an end and, as a result, the PC party attempted to salvage their mess by merging with the Wildrose party. Continue reading United Conservative Party: A Rundown