There’s something enchanting about the beginning of fall in this city. People still wear the optimism of summer but are propelled by the need to take in something other than wet before the months of endless rain. It’s the last time to see colour before grey. There would be no better time for a festival… Read more »
Posts By: Aleesha Koersen
Victoria has a very obvious housing problem. It’s expensive to live here and the odds of finding a place are not in your favour. When and if you do find a place, you’ll most likely end up paying more than you wanted. In this market, cynicism is key. Earlier last week, CTV reported that Victoria… Read more »
Illustration by Leone Brander, Graphics Contributor It’s been just over a month since Beyoncé dropped Lemonade on the unsuspecting masses April 23. We’re sure you’ve heard a thing or two about it online. Did Jay Z really cheat on Bey? Who is Becky? Can Lemonade be for white girls like us? After much speculation… Read more »
In the last month, the small town of Taber, Alta. passed a bylaw called the “Community Standards Bylaw.” This piece of legislation has made the news in various countries across the world. Many newsmakers are even comparing Taber to the town from Footloose. I grew up in Taber, and for the past few weeks people… Read more »
While wearing her Team Canada gear in New Caledonia, Funk wasn’t just training: she was fulfilling a dream.