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Plastic Poppies & Blood: A Brief Insiders View of the Opioid Crisis

Back when I first kicked junk, in 2010 nobody knew what hydromorphone or fentanyl even were. People would just look at me confused. “Its like morphine but stronger.” I’d tell them. 586 more words

Interview and Slideshow

I decided to interview a very interesting man names Sundesh, from gym I train at following my technical glitch and got a great insight into how he firstly, migrated to Australia in search of asylum during a political coo, in Fiji during the late 1980’s in which he was a radio journalist himself. 229 more words


Expanding Your Vocabulary

At some point in elementary, middle or high school, you probably took a vocabulary test. If you were anything like me, you probably just memorized the words for the test, and forgot about most of the words afterward. 551 more words

Ruling against VICE reporter ‘bad news for journalism’

A ruling today by the Ontario Court of Appeal that a VICE Media reporter must hand over his notes to the RCMP is “bad news for journalism and for democracy,” said CWA Canada President Martin O’Hanlon. 315 more words


Feature: Walter Cronkite

By Cole Lindbo

Walter Cronkite born November 4, 1916, helped to start the CBS evening news in 1942, until his retirement in 1981. Walter was mostly known for being the news anchor on CBS for 19 years. 173 more words