halloween

People go trick or treating on Halloween in the rain in Ottawa, on Oct. 31, 2019 (CP/Justin Tang)

Kids have lost so much. Don’t take Halloween too.

Shannon Proudfoot: With a modicum of creativity, trick-or-treating would be as low-risk as adults grabbing takeout. Why the lack of effort to make it happen for kids?
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KitKat is Canada’s favourite Halloween treat

We asked, you answered (and argued about your answers on Twitter). Here’s our totally unscientific ranking of Canada’s favourite Halloween candy.
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Rank Canada’s best—and worst—Halloween treats

Which treat trumps all? Use our ranking tool to set the record straight
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The sexism of Halloween

Scott Gilmore: Adults have made Halloween about sex and it shows we’re a collective mess of insecurities and clichéd gender roles
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Why Halloween candy sales come earlier every year

Why stores are embracing season creep and stocking up now on treats—even if they don’t want to admit it
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This Halloween, paint your pumpkin teal

The new Halloween trend isn’t a fashion choice, but a signal to children with allergies that your treats are safe for them
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Sexy Indian Princess costumes for sale on campus

Students discuss race-based Halloween attire
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5 haunted places in Halifax

Few cities in Canada can match Halifax for ghost sightings. Here are just a few paranormal examples:
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What students are talking about today (November 1st edition)

Happy Movember, #BaldforBieber & Save the Wesmen