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Last weekend, my friend and I talked about relationship problems. It was refreshing to hear a man’s perspective because oftentimes, I usually hear it from the woman’s perspective. I’m sure you’re all familiar with this scenario. Where two individuals start seeing each other but it’s not been defined and he/she/they is starting to give the other person mixed signals. One person seems to be giving more than the other. One person is starting to get confused and stressed out. I’ve been on both spectrums of this scenario. I’ve been a victim and I’ve been the one who was “playing” as well. Both are not a fun place to be, especially if you’re the one relentlessly chasing the other person. From…

When CBC first published their investigation into the exploitation of international students and the business of private vocational career colleges, it instantly brought me back to my experience as a Canadian in a private vocational career college. It’s something that I take a keen interest in because the grim reality is that these private vocational career colleges do not offer quality education, and it’s there to entice international students to come over to Canada in hopes of getting permanent residency and a “Canadian” education and work experience. According to the Globe and Mail, international students contributed about $ 21 billion to the Canadian economy with their high tuition fees and student fees. Simply put, they’re seen as cash cows for…