A United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) report released in July 2023 says the use of smartphones in the classroom can be beneficial but can also be detrimental to the students learning.  “The digital revolution holds immeasurable potential, but just as warnings have been voiced for how itContinue Reading

On February 19th, Louis Riel Day in Manitoba, Premier Wab Kinew met with Manitoba Métis Federation President David Chartrand to unveil a new plaque and portrait of Louis Riel at the Manitoba Legislature. This marks the first Louis Riel Day after Riel was designated the first premier of Manitoba. TheContinue Reading

Among the fastest-growing branches in the world in the last year have been AI and artificial intelligence. In the last year, AI has come to the forefront of conversations among politicians, big businesses, and philosophers. 2023 was a breakthrough year for photo-manipulating technology as well as article creation programs, includingContinue Reading

Coming around last year was a TikTok trend different than what one may expect from a social media outlet. It’s called silent walking, where one puts away all their technology, primarily their phone when going for a walk. No texting, no music, no podcasts. Only the sounds of your surroundingsContinue Reading

As we enter February, Mental Health Awareness Month, it’s important that we recognize the mental health struggles many Canadians face every day. Despite a very mild winter across the country – with the exception of a few particularly cold and snowy weeks – many Canadians are facing a familiar foe:Continue Reading

According to a study published in Lancet Psychiatry, cannabis use early in life impacts the later diagnosis of psychosis among vulnerable individuals.  Chronic cannabis use more than twice per week is claimed to be consistently associated with the onset of various mental health disorders, while use more frequently than twice perContinue Reading