Protests continue around Canada with the Freedom Convoy continue to stand firm in Ottawa, all while reports speak on the frustration of the people in Ottawa as the occupation has kept them from living their lives freely. At least this would be the case if this...

Counter-protestors showed up on 17 Avenue on the Beltline in Calgary to thwart the Calgary Freedom Central “Freedom Protest” that they have had since the start of the lockdowns. Many of them had signs that showed support for AHS workers, and for healthcare for all. There...

On Friday, Feb. 18, 2022, the Ottawa police commenced onto the protestors that have held an encampment outside Parliament Hill for 21 days. Since then, the police have regained Parliament Hill and the streets surrounding it and continue to occupy in perimeters around the city....

While out shooting photos of a “Calgary Freedom Rally,” which took over parts of downtown Calgary, I met a lawyer that sat back and watched as people passed by. She sat curiously and quietly at a table on 12 Street downtown, with her hair in...

In an optional ethics class with a handful of other students, our professor, at one point, asked us all how challenging the classes have been for us compared to life before COVID-19. I replied by saying “ten times easier,” or something along those lines. And...

Challenges in our lives happen without warning. The journey we are on that would signify a new direction in our lives could be easily halted from the questions we face, or the difficulty of getting over that hill. If we turn tail at every challenge,...

It was not that long ago that I was cleaning out a deep fryer after a long shift in the kitchen. After hearing the printer print order after order, and servers coming by to pick them up in an understandably anxious state, cleaning out the...

The second semester of my journalism program has just started, and one of the classes that stuck with me was the ethics class I am required to take. Now, it wasn’t because of the discussion we had, nor on the situation’s journalists might find themselves...

I am tired these days. So much trouble in our world, in our society, and in our houses. I see plenty of good things though, and so I must hold gratitude when I notice the trouble and disgusting portrait that appears before me when some...

I remember when the Calgary Flames made the playoffs back in 2004, which was the first time they did in nearly a decade. They were up against the Vancouver Canucks, a formidable team that was placed third in the Western Conference of the NHL at...