Grocery prices I never anticipated as an international student
Never did I think that I would be spending up to $150 per week to stock my kitchen. Grocery prices after the pandemic have been ruthless towards the City of Toronto, the one segment of the society that suffers from these would be students. On top of that, if... Read more
Patagonia reminds us to think twice before we buy
When Patagonia’s founder Yvon Chouinard announced earlier this month that he and his family are transferring the company’s shares to fight climate change, he was met with rightful praise for a move so radical in the current state of fashion. “Earth is now our only shareholder,” writes Chouinard in... Read more
What will happen to Canadians after the Queen’s death?
The Queen who ruled the United Kingdom and served as Canada’s head of state for seven decades was carried to her resting place on Sept. 19 in presence of political leaders and witnessed by people around the globe. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau along with other world leaders did not... Read more
IGNITE FROSH 2022: Not the most accessible night for everyone

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Chicken: You know you want it!
You’ve seen the title so you know where I’m going with this. Chicken. We have all heard about it. People compare its taste to just about any other type of meat out there: Armadillo, Raccoon and Alligator. It is everywhere and can be made in so many different ways.... Read more
Will the Astros’ sign-stealing scandal ruin baseball?
Baseball, a sport once known (and probably still seen as) “America’s favourite pastime,” has found itself in the crosshairs of yet another scandal.  In a groundbreaking report by The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal and Evan Drellich, the 2017 World Series-winning Houston Astros were accused of stealing other team’s signs. This... Read more
Maple Leafs find their new backup goalie
OPINION — Toronto Maple Leafs’ general manager Kyle Dubas saw a worrisome sight during Wednesday night’s deflating 5-3 loss to the New York Rangers: the team’s playoff hopes fading away. The news of Leafs’ starting goalie Frederik Andersen’s neck injury, earlier this week, just made things worse. The entire... Read more
OPINION: Toronto Maple Leafs problems go further than Mike Babcock
Not too long ago, the Toronto Maple Leafs were the National Hockey League’s biggest joke. The Maple Leafs had only won 30 games in the 2014-15 season and morale was low since most players knew a rebuild was coming. The tank for Connor McDavid had been in full force... Read more
OPINION: Remember Cherry as a flamboyant symbol of Canada’s hockey culture
For many, Don Cherry will be remembered for his final words on-air. But for the “silent majority,” as Cherry calls them, he will be remembered for much more. His rants, his love of the armed forces, his fun times with former Leaf Dougie Gilmour, his admiration of Leaf enforcer... Read more
I deleted social media and here’s how the world changed
By: Sierra Guido Opinion, for Skedline It’s been two weeks since I bit the bullet and clicked the tiny red ‘X’ on each social media app that my phone became a palace for. Instagram and Snapchat, gone. If I told you it was the worst decision I’ve ever made,... Read more