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Being the former President of the United States has a degree of recognition and global acclaim associated with it that no other political posting in the world can reasonably claim to match. It was then an...
Canadian Confederation is facing serious resentment from Western Canada, particularly Alberta, following the federal election. The results showed very little support for Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Government in the Prairies. Serious media interest has focused on this...
This virus is not one you would get on your laptop after deep web diving, but instead, one you might catch from travelling a little bit too far out of the country. The news over the...
In this era of populist politics and demagoguery, of fierce partisanship and stark divides, logical solutions to many world issues tend to be shrouded under a cloak of pretenses and ignorance. Instead of confronting the facts...
Citizen, companies, and government officials face a bigger issue with the new implemented quasi-currency. Government policy makers have returned to a local currency without increasing production, leaving citizens and business’ in economic hyperinflation state. Will Zimbabwe...
Looking forward to what we can expect for the future of gold I spoke with the Head of Commodity Strategy at TD Securities, Bart Melek. To summarize his thoughts, he forecasted that gold prices could reach...
On the morning of September 14, 2019, two drone attacks rocked the landscape at the Khurais oilfield and Abqaiq processing facility. The Houthis (Iran-aligned rebel army) responsible for the attacks, used powerful drone technology to strike...
As a recent undergraduate of the John Molson School of Business at Concordia, Lucas Fraser dug into the world of sustainability and built his own start-up; Circle Environmental Solutions. From an emerging interest in the topic...
Immunotherapies offer incredible promise as anti-oncological agents. However, their incredibly high costs, which can be anywhere from thousands to millions of dollars, could prevent patients from obtaining the necessary care. Reforming dysfunctional laws and bureaucracy might...

The Sputnik Effect

In 1957, the Russians threw a two-foot diameter ball into outer-space and the world was forever changed. Sputnik was the first man-made object to conquer space and thus opened the potential for a virtually limitless...