By Karis Chitty VANCOUVER – Canadians are looking at subdued St. Patrick’s Day festivities once again this year, on a day that is normally one of the busiest of the year for local bars. In British Columbia, the day has become a new anniversary: it’s been exactly one year since
By Eunice Yidana Tick-tock, tick-tock . . . It’s now been three days since the clocks sprang forward one hour last Sunday. After one year of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are already struggling with sleep. Add the yearly time change into the mix, forcing a new adjustment to sleep
By Jason Lo Construction season began this week in the Old East Village with the closure of Dundas St. between Adelaide St. and English St. This is the second phase of a construction project that began last year, shutting down another portion of Dundas St. between English and Ontario St.
By Darya Eshaghi Iran’s final report on the crash of Ukraine International Flight 752 has been released. Four Western University students were killed in the crash: Sajedeh Saraeian, Milad Nahavandi, Hadis Hayatdavoudi and Ghazal Nourian. The country’s civil aviation body blamed an error by an air defense operator for causing