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The dark side of Canadian history

SASKATOON (CUP) – Yves Engler has laid out a difficult task for himself Although most Canadians believe Canada’s foreign policy is built on peacekeeping and resolving...

Children explore the arts

For 41 children, many of whom have a variety of special needs, their involvement this past week in Laurier’s Arts Express Camp has been an opportunity like no other The week...

SFU joins NCAA

BURNABY (CUP) – When Simon Fraser University opened in 1965, Chancellor Dr Gordon Shrum fanaticized about the school competing for the Rose Bowl and lived for the day when his...

Waterloo man victim of hit and run

31-year-old Jason Pearson was victim of a hit and run accident Sunday night in Grand Bend Jason moved to Waterloo around 1998 and attended Wilfrid Laurier University He was...

CEMF: Day 2

The second day of CEMF brought a whole new sound to Bingeman’s In contrast to the heavier stuff that was performed on day one, such as Kingdoms and Protest the Hero, the music...

Dear Life: July 22, 2009

Dear Life, Since when is it okay to hit on strangers in the concourse when they're trying to write an essay Wait, since when is it okay to hit on strangers in the concourse...