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Martin’s the man for most Canadians

By Tyler Johnson

Since the 1988 federal election when the Progressive Conservatives won their second straight government under the leadership of Brian Mulroney, no party has come close to contending with the Liberals. In 1993, Jean Chretien led the Liberals back into government and has remained Prime Minister for three straight terms spanning ten years. Chretien recently decided… Continue reading Martin’s the man for most Canadians

Lady Dinos on their way to nationals

By Tyler Johnson

The lady Dinos secured a spot in the CIS Women’s Volleyball Nationals this weekend by defeating the Winnipeg Wesmen in two straight games during their best of three series. The team now advances to the final four Canada West Conference Championships hosted by the U of A Pandas this weekend. The Dinos will take on… Continue reading Lady Dinos on their way to nationals

Governor General’s husband says:

By Dale Miller

A standing ovation concluded His Excellency John Ralston Saul’s speech, Struggling for Balance: Public Education and Civil Society on Tue., Mar. 25.Saul took no prisoners, taking stabs at our education systems’ vertical orientation; the illiteracy of the elite; citizenship and its responsibilities; rich peoples’ vanity; differential tuition; and the responsibility of tenured professors. The list… Continue reading Governor General’s husband says:

SU Election Forums

By Joanna Farley

There were no surprises at the Students’ Union External candidates’ forum.On Mon., March 7, two of the three Vice-President candidates and one of four acclaimed commissioners addressed a generous crowd, covering all the standard external issues from differential tuition to student representation to student loan reform."I don’t think students should be paying different amounts for… Continue reading SU Election Forums

Head-to-head: NHL preview

By Suneil Sachdeva

The National Hockey League returned on Oct. 1, and unlike last year, hockey fans are looking forward to a full season. Gauntlet sports writers Suneil Sachdeva and Fabian Mayer have answered some burning questions about the next 1230 games. Will the new division playoff format negatively affect the playoff hopes of Eastern Conference teams, who… Continue reading Head-to-head: NHL preview

Report Cards: Football

By Todd Penney

B+ Heading into the 2002 season, the Dinos football squad was all smiles with high hopes for the very near future. With all-star offensive players like quarterback Lincoln Blumell, receivers Jamie Elliott and Blake Machan, and CFL-drafted fullback Jeff Almon, there was no reason to believe the Dinos were not capable of winning the Vanier Cup. And… Continue reading Report Cards: Football