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Quebec premier proposes religious-neutrality legislation

On Sept. 10, the Parti Québécois (PQ) presented details of its proposed Quebec Values Charter.  This legislation would “reportedly ban all public-sector employees from wearing religious symbols [at work] and lay out stricter guidelines for the accommodation of religious minorities by public institutions and employers,” wrote Konrad Yakabuski in the Globe and Mail. For Quebec… Read more »

Canadian Senate on the table for reform, after misconduct

When Parliament resumes in October, there will be tough questions about the fate of the Canadian Senate. Public figures including federal Opposition Leader Tom Mulcair are calling for the abolishment or reformation of the embattled upper chamber. A chain of controversies began in December 2012 with the discovery of irregular housing allowances of Conservative Senators… Read more »

The will to game: Time is money

There are thousands of games out there. It can be hard to tell which ones to sink your hard-earned cash or invest your time into. As a student, you might think that it is only wise to part with your cash for the best value, but the best value doesn’t necessarily mean the games with… Read more »

Bus route changes to affect student commute

When UVic students returned to school on Sept. 4, they had 69 extra bus trips per week to choose from, according to Meribeth Burton, corporate spokesperson for B.C. Transit. While students customarily commute to campus for classes Monday through Friday, 49 of those additional trips are scheduled for Saturdays and Sundays on Route 26, between… Read more »