Climate change is a hot topic on the political agenda, with party candidates pushing environment policies to the forefront of their platforms. As election day approaches, London students are wasting no time in demanding a greener Canada — with a good, old-fashioned strike.
A Spoke lunch on Monday, coffee before your Tuesday morning class and maybe nachos and drinks at Jack Astor’s Wednesday night — all before the weekend rolls around and the gang heads to Richmond Row for a hefty spending spree on cab fares, cover, drinks and post-bar food.
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