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Saskatchewan electoral boundaries redrawn

Nowhere else in Canada were these kinds of ridings common practice; Saskatchewan [is] unique. This came from a thinking in the 1960s that Saskatchewan is an agricultural province, therefore every single MP should have a rural area in his or her riding… the obvious problem with that, is things change. - Dr. Lee Ward, political science professor at Campion College

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Au coeur de la démocratie directe

Article: Dominique Cambron Goulet – Quartier Libre – Montréal Les documentaristes Santiago Bertolino et Hugo Samson ont pénétré le cœur des instances de la Coalition large de l’Association pour une solidarité syndicale étudiante (CLASSE), durant toute la grève étudiante. Le film Carré rouge sur fond noir, présenté en ce moment au cinéma Excentris, montre une facette méconnue du printemps érable. Les deux cinéastes ont suivi les réunions du comité exécutif de la CLASSE, les négociations avec le ...

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I put a spell on you

Display of witchcraft and wizardry reviewed Article: Charlie MacDonald – Contributor As an avid viewer of fantasy films and a frequent player of role playing games I feel like I know my way around the supernatural. So imagine my delight when a good friend of mine hit me up with the greatest gift of all, a ticket to a magic show. I spent hours of my time researching in order to prepare myself for this ...

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New Names in Saskatchewan – The Business Boom

The Boom is bringing a new era of business owners Article: Adam Gamble – Contributor Across Saskatchewan, new businesses are opening their doors. Some are in small towns while others are in cities like Saskatoon and Regina. No matter where these new names appear, they continue to affect the peoples of this province. According to a 2011 Statistics Canada report on Canadian businesses, Saskatchewan had 90 businesses per population of 1,000. Out of these 90 ...

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Team America: Syria Police?

Article: Aidan McNab – Contributor It appears that President Barack Obama has heard, and will heed, the will of the people. Diplomacy is the new route Washington will take. After beating the war drums for the last few weeks, Bashar al-Assad will be given the opportunity to hand over his chemical weapons arsenal to the international community and avoid American military strikes. The war in Syria has been raging for over two years and nearly ...

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A Letter from the Editor

In the last issue of the Carillon, which hit stands on the 12th, we ran a now controversial article entitled “This September, vote no to CUPE.” Ahh, the dirty socialist rag that is the Carillon has finally cast behind its red roots and published this, as one denouncer on Twitter bemoaned “union bashing…typical rhetoric.” We didn’t even peel any stickers off any hard hats. The Internet response was phenomenal: the article is the most viewed ...

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