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The World Government and Chimpanzee wars! Is there such a thing as a just war?

But then one has to think things through. Is there such a thing as a good war? Is there a cause that I would be prepared to put my body on the line for? 93 more words


Finally, my town is known for something other than exploding whales

Being that my family and I live in a coastal town, we are privy to a run of grey whales passing by on their way to and from the gulf of Mexico twice a year. 392 more words

Ned Hickson

User generated content: Power to the people

In the age of open journalism, where anyone can publish anything via the internet, how can publications make the most of user generated content and really engage with their readers? 674 more words


Editor passed over for top job reportedly leaving The Guardian

The editor who led The Guardian’s Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of Edward Snowden is leaving the paper, according to a report published by Politico on Friday. Janine Gibson is the editor Glenn Greenwald approached about the Snowden NSA leaks, a story that she supervised and eventually went on to be a bombshell in 2013. 87 more words

Arts And Culture

How much does it cost to rent a trading space?

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Date courtesy of Greater London Authority

Useful Resources

Friday Favourites: The World Partnership Walk 

Like many people, I tend to be wary of supporting foundations and charities unless I know the majority of funds go directly towards the cause. That’s why I’m so happy to support Aga Khan Foundation Canada (AKFC), a non-profit organization that puts 100% of funds raised into their international development programs! 262 more words

Music & Entertainment

Sandwiches and Torture

A cheese and pickle sandwich at 8pm is truly the sign of a hopeless man.
I’m not suggesting that the sandwich itself is a problem, but more the fact that I made it as a form of procrastination. 504 more words