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By Patricia Petit Liang

New campus sexual assault policies were issued across the province of Quebec on Monday.

According to CBC News, all of Quebec’s colleges and universities will be obligated to adopt sexual assault prevention protocols to provide better prevention of assault and support for survivors.

These new policies were implemented after a number of sexual assaults were reported at Laval University and when the Université du Québec à Montréal found that 36.9 percent of students and workers at French-speaking universities were exposed to sexual violence by other people at their institutions.


By Allison O’Reilly

Thousands of people congregated outside of Vancouver’s City Hall in support of diversity and to counter a rally against Islam and immigration on Saturday.

According to CTV News, Vancouver police made 5 arrests for breaching the peace and 2 people were escorted from the protest.

The pro-immigration group vastly outnumbered the anti-immigration rally.


By Jeremiah Ho

Mourners protested the innocence of Leover Miranda, the latest casualty of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s campaign against drugs, at his funeral on Sunday.

According to Reuters, more than 12,500 people have been killed for drug use or dealing, with police shooting over 3,500 people in alleged self-defense.  

Police also killed a 17 year old high school student last week.