Spotlight on Quidditch Canada

Cover by Lauren Kelly

“It’s not just a bunch of geeks riding around on brooms (most of the time),” Caitlin, community Quidditch player

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A case for outdoor cats

Illustration by Cara Seccafien

Transitioning your indoor cat to an outdoor one comes with a lot of things to consider.

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Not wearing a helmet is not an option

Photo by Analyn Cuarto

They say you never forget how to ride a bike, but you should never forget to put on a helmet either.

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Douglas College teacher participates in ParticipACTION

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“Inclusion and accessibility for kids with disabilities is really important,” Sarah Moore, Douglas College instructor

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Douglas distinguished alumni award goes to Indigenous educator

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“I feel it is important to be a mentor,” Amy Parent, Douglas College distinguished alumni

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Douglas athletic director receives national award

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"It’s humbling and emotional.” Brian McLennon, Douglas College athletic director

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All hail king kale

Photo by C J Sommerfeld

Why are we so obsessed with this crunchy leaf?

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Great Inclinations

Illustration by Cara Seccafien

You can search for trails on a regional map, or look up specific hikes to know about their difficulty level, how long the trail usually takes, or what months...

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Five essential spices for any kitchen

Photo by Analyn Cuarto

Here are my personal five go-to spices that can bring any dish up a few notches.

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The slow cooker

Illustration by Cara Seccafien

Now there must be an alternative to spending the entire designated living expenses portion of your student loan on kitchen appliances—and lucky for you, there kind of is.

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Let’s turn Simon Fraser University into an active volcano: An impassioned defence

Photo illustration by Lauren Kelly

I understand that this noble goal won’t be completed quickly. It could take years of bribery, falsifying evidence, and child endangerment.

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Christy Clark joins Shaw Communications board of directors

Photo illustration by Lauren Kelly

This choice reflects Shaw’s recent announcement to “run their company into the ground before anyone else does.

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Vancouverite outcry: Why weren’t cars set free on Car Free Day?

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I don’t know what these people are talking about, our website clearly states what this event is about.

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Superheroes and supervillains, they’re all screwed-up people

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Worm is campy fun, if you're camping at the site of a brutal massacre during a nuclear apocalypse while your friends are getting mauled to death by a grizzly...

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Quantic Dream’s new release their best to date

Promotional art for 'Detroit: Become Human'

In the case of Detroit, the interactive storytelling is even more at the forefront.

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Ant-Man steps it up

Poster for 'Ant-Man and the Wasp'

Ant-Man and the Wasp is an excellent improvement for a very strange film series.

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