Category: Editorial

Canada’s Deadliest Shooting

A once in a lifetime pandemic (COVID-19) combined with a once in a lifetime shooting is taking place in Nova Scotia currently. On Saturday night multiple raging fires destroyed multiple buildings within the Portapique community in Nova Scotia. A neighbour (doesn’t wish to be identified) of the shooter, Gabriel Wortman, described fireworks happening after as Read More

Access Denied

There is a sad reality playing out on Canadian borders as we speak. In a country where we have always been able to cross our inter-provincial borders without any questions all of a sudden, we are limited to doing so. It is sad for many reasons. Sad because the COVID-19 pandemic has been so impactful Read More

Two Towns Two Countries One Fire Brigade

St. Stephen, New Brunswick, and Calais, Maine share many things along with a river that runs through their towns. The river is the border separating Canada from the United States. Something else they share? The fire brigade. When a fire breaks out in Calais, Maine, the St. Stephen Fire Department firefighters usually rush across the Read More

Most Beautiful Yet Sad Border Moment Saturday

On Friday the Canada and United States of America border was slated to close after a conversation was held between Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and American President Donald Trump earlier in the week. After having an exchange with my editors over a neat opportunity to cover it, I went down to St. Stephen on Read More

PEI Confirms 1st Coronavirus Case

Dr. Heather Morrison, Prince Edward Island’s Chief Public Health officer, confirmed today the first case of Coronavirus/Covid-19 on the Island. The first case is a lady who returned back to Canada on March 7th after taking a cruise. On March 10th the lady started feeling symptoms, isolated herself and called 811. On March 11th the Read More

CHL Pauses due to COVID-19

Today the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League announced that they will be suspending the rest of the seasons. The other team CHL teams (the WHL & OHL) followed suit which wasn’t a shocker considering the National Hockey League has also announced they are suspending their season. The QMJHL was only a couple weeks from starting Read More

Wet’suwet’en Support in Moncton

On Friday, February 21st, a protest was planned in the Caledonia Industrial Park in Moncton, New Brunswick. As part of Reuter’s coverage on the Wet’suwet’en support, I was assigned to cover the protests taking place. Here are some of the photos taken of the event. Here is some additional coverage from Reuters. Read More

Wet’suwet’en support at Confed Bridge cont.d

Indigenous supporters and demonstrators showed up at the entrance to the Toll Booth at the Confederation Bridge on Monday until around noon. They were showing their support for the Wet’suwet’en. The demonstrations were peaceful and slowed cars by a few seconds however at no point was there a full closure of the road. Police were Read More

Wet’suwet’en Protests at Confed Bridge

At 230am on Sunday morning, I got up and shortly thereafter departed Charlottetown for the Halifax Region. I was tipped off as to a protest that was supposed to happen in the Halifax area and my Globe and Mail editors wanted me there. As we got further away from the Confederation Bridge, doubt about the Read More

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