An inmate at the Grand Valley Institution for Women in Kitchener talks about being incarcerated. “Prison truly is survival of the fittest,” she says.
Ten Thousand Villages Canada is closing its corporate stores, a major loss for fair-trade craftsworkers and shoppers.
The Trudeau government’s conversion therapy bill attacks not only religion, but real families.
Hockey officials have cracked down on body checks, specifically those that drive other players into the boards. However, are they doing enough?
The rise of “cancel culture” has gone from targeting celebrities such as Kanye West, Scarlett Johansson,and Kevin Hart to targeting everyone and anyone.
According to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, 48 per cent of small businesses are partially open due to the coronavirus, 31 per cent have fully announced their closure, and 20 per cent are completely open.
Trying to end homelessness is much more than just trying to provide enough shelter beds.
Neighbours of medicinal marijuana grow-ops are demanding that the government do more to regulate the industry. They are furious that their once tranquil neighbourhood now has more crime and they have to deal with strong odours and potential health effects.
Youth in Canada are being inspired by the 22 Canadians now playing on NBA teams – the most ever. And, of course, the Toronto Raptors winning the championship doesn’t hurt either.
This in-depth look at the world of rap includes the good, the bad and the ugly.
Crisis Services Canada says an average of 11 Canadians die every day by suicide. Read about one Waterloo resident’s battle with the dark side, and about programs and services that can help.
Iran has long hounded the Bahá’í religious community. Recently, it’s removed their access to national ID cards.
Charlene Arnold, a Registered Practical Nurse at the London Health Sciences Centre, spoke about being a front line worker, the mental impacts of COVID-19 and staying safe.
More people are becoming interested in plant-based milks and raising questions about the dairy industry resulting in an overload of milky information. Here’s a breakdown of what you should know about the Canadian dairy industry.