Editor’s Note: In an opinion article published in The Gateway’s September 18, 2013 issue titled “Karen Leibovici’s race for mayor a conflict of interest,” the article stated that The Medicine Shoppe, an Edmonton-based pharmacy business, is a business owned by Katz Group Canada Inc.
In actuality, the Katz Group agreed to sell this pharmacy franchise to the McKesson Corporation in January, 2012. The Gateway takes full responsibility for the misinformation that was published in this issue and truly apologizes for any confusion it may have caused. In actuality, there is no direct connection between Edmonton mayoral candidate Karen Leibovici and Katz Group Canada Inc.
This publication will use greater care in the future to ensure such regrettable mistakes do not occur again and promise to publish stories at the quality expected of a student newspaper at the University of Alberta.
The Gateway shows you how to stylishly channel your summer festival attendance into psychedelic print.
Other than the fact that it hurts and makes me hungry, the biggest thing that bugs me about my period is that it costs a lot of money over time. Not only do I have to endure a week every month of no nice underwear, no sex (but if that’s your thing, all the power to you) and, God forbid, no white pants, I also have to shell out at least $10 every time on bleached cotton. Until a couple months ago.
The girl in the before and after photo is beautiful — both before and after her drastic 130-pound weight loss.
For more than six million Canadians living with obesity, information about the issue typically comes in the form of lectures, group sessions or dietitian visits. But Dr. Arya Sharma is trying to educate about obesity through an unconventional manner: the Fringe stage.
The Israel-Palestine conflict invokes sharp and passionate responses from everyone—scholars, religious leaders, and politicians and average citizens. Sadly, many in the West choose to be ever so selective in the facts they relay, and the discourse they construct.