Quebec Passes A Controversial Bill July 12, 2019

Should government workers be allowed to wear religious symbols to work? Some say yes; others say no. In Quebec, Canada, a bill called Bill 21 just pas

SF Bans E-Cigarettes June 30, 2019

Do bans solve problems? Recently, San Francisco became the first city in the United States to ban the sale of e-cigarettes. The purpose behind the ban

Ecuador Says Yes June 23, 2019

Love is in the air! No, it’s not Valentine’s Day, but one community is feeling the love this month. Why? Earlier this month, Ecuador became the fi

No Time Like The Present June 23, 2019

What is time? It’s hard to describe, but we use time to mark when to do things like go to sleep or head to school. But what if there was no time

Update: Flint’s Water Situation June 23, 2019

In 2016, the residents of Flint, Michigan, found that the water coming out of their faucets was contaminated with lead which caused people to get sick

Citizens First Is A First? June 16, 2019

What is the role of a government? To make sure that a country is running properly and perhaps even more importantly, to take care of its citizens. So

What Happened Thirty Years Ago? June 8, 2019

The year 1989 was a big year for many reasons. You weren’t born yet, but your parents might recall some of the most significant events that happened

A Lesson Or Lunch Shaming? June 8, 2019

What’s for lunch today? Perhaps it’s a meal that you brought from home, or maybe you’re getting a hot lunch at school. Wherever it’s coming fr

We’re Not Taking Your Garbage! May 31, 2019

We’re continuing to talk about garbage here at Xyza because it’s a stinky but important topic. A few months ago, we shared some interesting news: