York suspends Middle
York University has suspended the privileges of Middle East-related
campus clubs after the Jewish group Hillel held a vigil last
week, and Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights held a competing
protest on the same day that included a demonstration of Israeli
Federal budget a
lesson in damage control, conservative spending
Finance Minister Ralph Goodale’s first budget reflected
the prudent history of Prime Minister Paul Martin from his
days in the job, and highlighted the Liberals’ promised
increase for funding post-secondary education to make it more
accessible for students from lower income families.
Ontario extra slutty,
chlamydia stats show
Renowned for engaging in promiscuous sex, Western students
should take heed of an apparently widespread growth in the
occurrence of chlamydia. In Ontario, the problem seems concentrated
in, but not isolated to, Waterloo.
In light of the recent selection
of the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada and the release
of the federal budget, The Gazette, lacking any taste, decided
to make a daring quest into the University Community Centre
and ask the tough questions about what is the real issue right
now in Canadian politics, be it elections, budgets or self-admitted
B.C. pharmacies will
be doling out grass
Pharmacies in British Columbia could soon be dealing medicinal
marijuana to registered users if a Health Canada pilot project
proves successful — but red tape and legal obstacles
threaten to burn the deal.
Student sues school
for bad advice
A student attending Grande Prairie Regional College in Alberta
has successfully sued the college for giving her wrong advice,
and was awarded over $21,000.
you having a Quarter Life Crisis?
> Anti-semitism sucks... a lot