Days to Remember

TRAVIS WEAGANT <Co-Editor-in-Chief> Thomas, a friend of mine, once told me a story about his grandmother and Remembrance Day.  Remembrance Day was first observed in the inter-war period in Great Britain.  November 11th, Armistice Day, seemed a fitting day to commemorate the vast human tragedy of the Great War

Canada’s Immigration Policy: A Kaleidoscope?

CECIL ROTENBERG <Contributor> Canada’s immigration policy and legislation changes are taking place so fast that some people jokingly say that Immigration Minister Jason Kenney suffers from Attention Deficit Disorder. Even immigration professionals are confounded by the speed at which the immigration system is being overhauled.

How’re You Gonna Call?

JIHEE (MARIE) PARK <Staff Writer> Apart from the other news stories and the week of gloomy weather Sandy has presented us, her sweep across the continent has presented us with a unique question. In New York, residents whose power and cell phone reception went down had to rely on public pay phones

Creating a “Law Students Society of Ontario”

LEEANNE FOOTMAN <Contributor> On October 19, six representatives of your Legal and Literary Society and Student Caucus attended a two-day conference at Queen’s University, put on by the Queen’s Law Student Society.  The conference invited representatives of student government from all six of Ontario’s law schools with a goal of creating a draft constitution