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Alec Salloum

I’ve been interested in writing for most of my life and am excited to be working at the Carillon. I love to cook, recently got into woodworking and am constantly reading something.

U of R Book Series

“At the time, it wasn’t easy, because of the actual circumstances of the provincial difficulties, debt, and drought, etc. But also because there were quite a lot of people who … regarded CCF as being a bunch of Bolsheviks.” – John Burton

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There are things to do in Regina

Article: Alec Salloum – News Editor ver hear someone say, “There’s never anything to do in Regina?” Or, how about, “We have nothing going on here and this city has absolutely no culture?” Having lived in Regina for two decades and hearing such sentiments ad nauseam, I’ve gotten really damn tired of this attitude. Regina is currently growing, in population and in culture, and with that there is a wealth of things to do in ...

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Criminal negligence: as bad as shoplifting?

Anthony Badalamenti’s punishment does not fit the bill Article: Alec Salloum – News Editor emember the BP oil spill? The one in 2010 where 11 people were killed from an explosion, 794,936,500 liters of crude oil gushed into a 180,000 km2 area and caused massive irreparable damage to the surrounding ecosystem? Well Halliburton, a massive US oil company operating in more than 80 countries with a history of interest piquing lobbying, recently had one of ...

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