Cait Glasson went through conversion therapy and jail. She also lost her job and couldn’t continue her academic career. This all happened because society doesn’t allow transexual people bodily autonomy.
As they enter a tough job market, many graduating post-secondary students won’t qualify for financial assistance.
The Toyota plant in Cambridge, Ont., has had at least two people test positive for COVID-19. Toyota did not respond to requests for comment.
All The Bright Places, a new Netflix teen romance directed by Brett Haley and based on the book written by Jennifer Niven has been a success for young adult viewers.
From the artistry in the title cards and keys, to the music and the settings Locke and Key will keep you captivated.
“It was a bold move from the Canadian Team but the right move and one that needed to be done,” said Kitchener-based boxer Mandy Bujold who was preparing to compete in Tokyo.
How a Toronto musician hopes livestreaming during the pandemic will grow his career and bring people closer together.
At this time of year, many sports are at the end of the regular season, and some are even deep into playoffs, so the cancellations were heartbreaking for athletes and everyone else involved.
From street signs to a stoplight, Krystian Kozinski has a lot of interesting pieces in his collection. But there’s one thing he doesn’t have a shortage of: licence plates.
The supplies, which include much needed N95 masks, gloves, and other personal protective equipment (PPE) would normally have been used by the students in health care programs.
Due to more people self-isolating because of coronavirus and the current oil price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia, gas prices have declined drastically.
While out-of-work artists wait for financial assistance from the government to arrive, community arts leaders raise money for an emergency fund to help with immediate needs.
“The only disagreement that broke out on Saturday was between someone who was ahead in line and someone who only had one item, each arguing, “no, you should go first!” said employee of Circle Foods in Kitchener.
Tasha-Leigh Gauthier, a 26-year-old PhD candidate, is one of several Canadians that are part of a research group now quarantined in a hotel in Cusco, Peru.