Jackie Yaffa / The Silhouette It’s time for someone to fix the Senate. The public knows it, and the Prime Minister himself knows it. So why…

The penny didn't have to go

February 14, 2013 0

Rob Hardy / Silhouette Staff After much deliberation, last week finally marked the implementation of the Canadian penny’s demise. Most Canadians either meet this news with approval…

Erik Fraunberger / The Silhouette Recently, immigration minister Jason Kenney created a new amendment to the Canadian immigration system involving the designation of “safe” countries…

Refugees not welcome

January 31, 2013 0

Nolan Matthews / Senior Andy Editor Last month, Canada’s Immigration Minister Jason Kenney released a list of 27 “safe” countries that drastically reduces the rights of…

Too much of a good thing

November 22, 2012 0

By Rob Hardy There are many ways to judge a society. This becomes an even tidier prospect if said society has their eggs in only…

The good ol' American way

November 15, 2012 0

By Abdullahi Sheikh With the United States’ election day come and gone, it’s no small wonder that we pay so much attention to their politics.…

My first thanksgiving

October 11, 2012 0

By: Erin Rooney   As an international exchange student at Mac, I didn’t really know what to expect from my first Canadian Thanksgiving. I knew…