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Canadian Fed Watch! News Across The Nation:

Ontario Planning to be Unprepared The Ontario Government has recently announced (SEE: they have prepared the Universities to handle the combined grade 13 and grade 12 classes that will both be graduating this year. The Minister of Training, Colleges, and Universities, Dianne Cunningham says in this report “I am pleased to report that the… Read more »

Why Can’t I Get A Bra That Fits? Part 2

Last week I discussed the inadequacy of women’s bra sizing standards, and the notion that most women are wearing the wrong sized bra. This week is a continuation of that article. CUP SIZE UP, BAND SIZE DOWN Here is a little piece of information that I can’t believe I didn’t know. It’s a standard in… Read more »

Dear Sandra

Dear Sandra, I am truly Chicken Little; I always think the sky is falling. I really don’t want to be so pessimistic, but I am. It annoys my friends, family and co-workers to no end that I think everything is such a big crisis. What can I do? Chicken Little Dear Chicken Little, Living from… Read more »

Home or Away

While the beauty of learning is that there is no set way to do it, two formally accepted ways of gaining educational accreditation are attending structured classes, or learning by correspondence. Which one proves more beneficial depends on the needs of each student, on their personality and their personal situations. The three main issues to… Read more »

From High Tech to Third World

My colleague said the other day, as I recounted my recent problems with my alternative energy system, “Sometimes I can’t tell whether you’re High Tech or Third World”. At which point I realized that sometimes it takes just a few minutes to go from one to the other. I’ve learned some important lessons recently about… Read more »

U of A students occupy President’s office

Local media quizzed protestor Marika Schwandt over the office occupation. (Photo: Matt Frehner) President agrees to meet with students and discuss tuition increases Published: Wed-15-Jan-2003 By Shawn Hildebrandt, Gateway CUP Contribution EDMONTON (CUP) — More than 20 protestors crowded into University President Rod Fraser’s office in a peaceful occupation last Friday to protest proposed fee… Read more »

Profiles – Student: Arthur Setka

STUDENT: Arthur Setka What province and city/town do you live in? Peterborough, Ontario (I welcome all emails at Do you have a family/ kids/ pets ? I am married to Roann, an Occupational Therapist at our local Hospital. We have a daughter “Jayah” who is 18 months and a Border Collie named “Blue”. Arthur… Read more »