Tuition Fees: Should they stay or should they go? (OP-ED)

Much has been said regarding the cost of education in recent years. What was once a relatively modest fee – rounding up to $1,500 for the average undergraduate at the beginning of the 1990s – has ballooned out to more than a staggering $5,500 per head.… Read More Tuition Fees: Should they stay or should they go? (OP-ED)

Saunders responds to criticism over handling of Loku case

Written for the Et Cetera. Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders has a few words for Tony Loparco and other critics. Special Investigations Unit (SIU) Director Tony Loparco’s recent report on the shooting death of Andrew Loku in July of last year criticized the Toronto Police Service for one non-witness officer’s attempt to access, download and… Read More Saunders responds to criticism over handling of Loku case

Star Wars fans rejoice as actor reveals Han shot first

Filmmaker George Lucas has received endless flack for his “adjustments” to the original Star Wars trilogy, and it doesn’t seem like it’ll be letting up any time soon. Actor Paul Blake, who played “Greedo” in the first film, cleared some things up in an interview with New York Daily News this Wednesday in honour of what fans call… Read More Star Wars fans rejoice as actor reveals Han shot first

Canadian Music Week: What to check out in the city

Hundreds of bands are descending upon Toronto from May 2-8 for Canadian Music Week, and it’s information overload deciding where to spend your time. Luckily, we’ve compiled a respectable list of artists and venues you’re going to want to check out before the weekend. Monday, May 2: Lights at The Danforth Music Hall The biggest name kicking… Read More Canadian Music Week: What to check out in the city