Spring is here, so it’s time to look at bike options for the season. Recently luxury car company Bugatti has teamed up with German luxury bicycle manufacturer to create the ultimate special bike. The last time these two collaborated they created a project priced around 39,000 U.S. dollars, so probably the priciest bike in the world.
The Criminalization of Blackness & the Prison Industrial Complex
  Maria Arseniuk On the morning of Tuesday, November 8th I woke up ready to usher in the first female president of the United States. My three years of researching and writing about entrenched and institutionalized racism, sexism, homophobia and xenophobia prepared me for an inevitable Trump victory – and yet my optimism held out.
August 1, 2016 @ 10:23pm by Nana
Every 4 years, the Olympic games highlight that you can never place limits on human potential. We have witnessed athletes like Usain Bolt, frustrating some of the fastest human beings we have ever seen. We witness the peaceful unification of countries, such as when Canada dominated the Winter Olympics on their home turf, and showed the world they refuse to settle for second.
  Feeling bummed out about the state of the world? It’s a good things there are tons of ways for you to contribute!   What you can do to help? For beginners, you can sign this petition to voice your support for Syrian refugee acceptance in Canada. Next, if you have some extra green lying around you can make a donate to Lifeline Syria, a Toronto based non-profit, that as its name suggests, aids Syrian refugees If you’re more of an online activist, you can take to social media to show your solidarity.
Harper this, Trudeau that. May over here, Mulcair over there. We are in the midst of another Canadian Federal Election and the question always goes back to this; will Canadians finally step up to the plate? The four candidates certainly hopes so [dropcap size=”5″] A[/dropcap]s a population, we care more about whether Canada wins the Gold Medal in Hockey than if our Prime Ministers are able to represent the interests of the 35 754 482 million people that call this great country home.
February 12, 2015 @ 11:45pm by Andrew
Meet the four people who have volunteered for the first manned mission to Mars and plan on staying there… forever. Is it for fame, or is it for their genuine interest in the unknown? In this video made by the Guardian, we find out what would make someone forgo all they have on earth to chase history.