Saying goodbye

Photo by Lauren Kelly

It’s hard to believe that this is my last issue leading this paper as Editor-in-Chief, and this is the last lettitor I will write for you.

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The ‘Other Press’: Civil War

Flawless masterpiece by Mike LeMike

“Honestly, it would have been way more of a plot twist if I decided not to go. I don’t know what happened.”

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The birth of pride

Cover by Joel McCarthy

To fully appreciate the celebration of Pride, it is important to understand the history behind it.

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Tough as a Lion

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"You’re never as good as you think, you’re never as bad as you think. Just try to stay as positive as you can."

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Trains and tracks and tolls, oh my!

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"I am an avid public transit user. It’s a fantastic opportunity for me to serve BC and the North Shore." - Transportation Minister Bowinn Ma

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Awesome song titles, even more awesome rock

Screenshot from 'Stone Sour- Fabuless' music video

As a listener, it’s almost impossible not to be caught up in the frenetic energy of "Fabuless" and scream along with the chorus.

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Production of ‘Rick and Morty’ season three halted due to loss of MS Paint

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“We ask that everyone be patient, as we estimate the time it will take to transition to this new production model will be at least a year and a...

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Suicide is not a cowardly act

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The sad truth is, when you’re contemplating suicide, you’re generally not thinking about how sad your loved ones will be if you left them.

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The fight isn’t over: Stonewall and beyond

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The film focused on the life of Miss Major Griffin-Gracy, a trans woman activist and a participant in the Stonewall Riots.

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Local NDP MP drops from NDP leadership race

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Julian, who has been the MP for New Westminster since 2004, was the first to announce his candidacy for leadership of the federal NDP.

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Government sponsorship of mental health is the only vehicle to change

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The Canadian government does not pay nearly as much for counselors, psychologists, or other mental health professionals.

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Smoking cigarettes should be banned in public

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It’s against the law to smoke inside any public building. So why is it okay to light up in outdoor public areas?

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Chairman of the Board: Hey, secret agent man!

Illustration by Ed Appleby

Knowledge is power. And you never know who might be a spy looking to take that information.

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Scared catless


Luna is my best friend in the truest sense of the word, and she won’t be allowed in my tiny Welsh dorm room.

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Red umbrellas and decriminalization

Cover by Mike LeMieux

Society is very biased in its views towards who deserves public outrage and who does not.

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Oh, Canada Day

Photo by Lauren Kelly

This Canada Day has brought a lot of pride, a lot of advertisements, and a lot of controversy.

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