Manitoba Skiing for 2022

Sawyer Ramsay 24' Contributor Manitoba is not usually considered a great place for skiing or snowboarding. There are no mountains, with the lone places being either small hills or decent size valleys. Nevertheless, there are still quite a few ski hills in Manitoba that are enjoyable and make for a fun time. This year, Manitobans... Continue Reading →

Black NHL Players

Luke Perret '24Contributor There have been countless Black hockey players in the National Hockey League (NHL) who have made an impact on the ever-changing game. In celebration of Black History Month, I will be highlighting some of these influential Canadians  Willie O’Ree (b. 1935) was the first Black hockey player to lace up their skates... Continue Reading →

The Crusader News Remembers Jesse Owens 

John Ergon Golpe '24Contributor Born on September 12, 1913, in Oakville, Alabama, James Cleveland “J.C.” Owens was the seventh child of Henry Cleveland Owens and Emma Alexander Owens. Henry Owens was a sharecropper, and along with Emma, descended from a lengthy line of people trapped and traumatized by decades of slavery in the United States... Continue Reading →

A FIFA Cup Every Two Years? 

Manny Bezabeh '22Contributor The FIFA World Cup, one of the most prestigious sporting tournaments in the world, could have some major changes coming soon. A recent proposal from FIFA President Gianna Infanito suggests hosting the World Cup every two years instead of the normal four.   The main reason for this proposal is that it allows... Continue Reading →

James Webb Space Telescope

Isaac Lavitt ’25 Contributor After two decades and ten billion USD (12.7 billion CAD), on Christmas Day, 2021, the most advanced space telescope ever was launched into space. A joint operation between the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), the European Space Agency (ESA), and the National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA), the Hubble Space Telescope’s successor... Continue Reading →

COVID-19 and Its Effects on the Brain

Baljot Rai '24 Contributor COVID-19 has impacted many of our lives, and our society, both in the short term as well as the long-term. Be it occasionally having to stay home due to being a close contact, or the long-term disruption of the economy, there have been many harsh realities which we have faced. One... Continue Reading →

How Wordle took over the World-le

Caleb Pereira '23 Plain games boost human lives. The simplicity of this sentence parallels that of the puzzle game “Wordle,” as both depend on five-letter words to achieve their goals. Wordle is a game that thrives due to its simplicity. You have six attempts to guess a five-letter word each day. Players type in a... Continue Reading →

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