By Peter MacDonald Protest Protesting is ineffective And you will never convince me that Activism creates change. Remain silent. It is morally wrong to Take a knee during the anthem, Raise your fist in defiance and Intentionally create discourse. Until people began to speak up The majority was the only voice Black lives matter Is … Continue reading Protest
Thought to be the largest single-day protest in American history, the Women’s March on Washington took place on January 21st, 2017, the day after U.S. President Donald Trump’s inauguration. It was attended by an estimated half-million protesters, and among them was Lisgar’s very own Mme. Valérie Leloup. Lisgarwrite co-editor Olive Nugent sat down with her … Continue reading The Women’s March on Washington: Interview with Mme. Valérie Leloup
By Emma Kirke Often what comes to mind when we speak about the Arctic in relation to climate change is either a stranded polar bear on an ice float or on a melting glacier. Rarely do we give thought to those living in the Arctic whose way of life will be irrevocably changed by the … Continue reading The Inuit: On Thin Ice?
By Andrew Yang Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised to legalize the recreational use of marijuana by 2017 - in fact, it was one of his key campaign promises. However, as the new year approaches, many details about his proposed legislation remain unclear. Here's what we know so far: Legal Status: The new legislation would allow … Continue reading Marijuana Legalization Approaches
By Matija Stojanovic Inspired by a comment on the CBC website by someone named "CanadianHawk12" OTTAWA - Geologists and conservatives alike agree on an origin theory for the Rideau St. Sinkhole, which covers much of the block, but tragically missed the nearby McDonalds. It is suspected that the Ski Instructor/Prime Minister's arrogance leaked out from … Continue reading Weight of Justin Trudeau’s Ego Leads to Rideau St. Sinkhole
By Olive Nugent Every student here at Lisgar comes into each new school year with certain hopes and expectations for the months ahead, be it getting last year’s English teacher again, or simply to have a decent locker for once. Now, call me geeky, but more than anything, I was hoping for the chance to … Continue reading Why Civics Needs a Revamp
By Irene Grose When it comes to Canadian politics, how much do Lisgarites actually know? Truthfully, It can be hard to find students who have enough interest or time in their busy schedules to be keeping up with current events. Regardless of the reason, for those that haven’t been keeping up, here’s a few things … Continue reading Justin Trudeau: The Good, The Bad, and the Sexy