Editorials

‘Bromances’ aren’t a threat to women

Just because something is good for men, doesn’t necessarily mean it’s bad for women.Continue...

Sports are losing their humanity

Sports will always be competitive at their core, but often its spiritual aspect is overlooked.Continue...

Universities need to protect protesters in order to protect free speech on campus

Policies that protect only one form of free speech on university campuses can end up silencing another in the process.Continue...

Rescinding an honorary degree can send a message

After Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi’s inaction on the persecution and displacement of the Rohingya people, many of her awards and honours have been revoked across the world.

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Editor's Apology

On behalf of The Journal Editorial Board , I would like to apologize for an article posted earlier this morning.Continue...

Planned Parenthood needs to expand in Canada

Planned Parenthood needs more funding, clinics and employees in Canada to be as effective for reproductive care as it is in the United States.Continue...

The millennial vote goes deeper than surface level politics

Despite being over two years away from the 2019 election, the debate surrounding candidates and their appeal to young Canadians already seems to revolve around who is the trendier choice.Continue...

Hefner's death no loss to the feminist movement

A person who repeatedly declares their love for women isn’t necessarily a women’s rights activist.Continue...

Including Indigenous peoples in Canadian citizenship oath is overdue

While including Indigenous peoples in the text of the Canadian citizenship oath is a positive step towards cultural acknowledgement, it’s not the most important one for Indigenous communities.Continue...

Stop cutting funding to Ontario's healthcare

As Canadians, we pride ourselves on our universal health care system.Continue...

Freedom of expression includes athletes

Trump’s recent words criticizing the NFL and its players have sparked outrage from around the world.Continue...

Sexual liberation hasn't cheapened sex

Seeing sex as a commodity that governs our social, romantic and economic standing in society is a flawed view of today’s dating world.Continue...

HIV deserves full disclosure

People living with HIV face social stigma that makes sharing their condition with others throughout their day to day lives a difficult and contentious subject.Continue...

Kurdish independence deserves Canadian support

Since 2014, Canada and the Kurdish autonomous region have become strong but unlikely partners in the offensive against ISIL in Northern Iraq.Continue...

Smoking ban won’t positively impact universities

Banning smoking on university campuses may create more problems than it actually solves.Continue...

Being alone doesn’t have to be uncomfortable

Learning to be secure with being single is a difficult journey, but it will leave you feeling more whole than any counterpart ever could.Continue...

Canadians of all ages need a lesson on media literacy

Teaching young Canadians how to discern what’s real news and what’s fake has become critical in a world dominated by social media. But these lessons should extend to Canadians of all ages in order to create a real impact on media literacy within our country.

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The opioid epidemic deserves more than lip service

In Canada, your chances of dying in an opioid related overdose are more than the combined probability of a fatal car accident and a homicide.Continue...

Intolerance of Muslim Canadians isn't new

Discrimination against Muslims within our country is a real problem and Canadians shouldn’t need a survey to believe it.Continue...

Conservative professors aren’t held back at universities

Conservative leaning professors may be a minority on university campuses, but they don’t face real discrimination in their workplace.Continue...

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