Seaspircy is a documentary that premiered on March 24, 2021. It’s fresh to Netflix and has mixed reviews, not only from people who fish, but also from scientists, environmentalists, and participants in the documentary.
Author: Emily Shaw
Southern Ontario residents Brooke Luburic and Josip Salopek met in McDonald’s where they both worked, soon exchanging numbers, and going from there. The two share their story on how they’re staying strong and connected while following COVID-19 guidelines.
Since lockdown, many people have been stuck on what to do to keep themselves occupied. Two students, Ayryk Labib and Ricardo Arizpe, have been doing their best to keep busy while at home.
“I thought COVID would negatively impact my business but surprisingly it was the complete opposite! When COVID hit, my revenue started to increase at a steadier rate than it had in the past,” said local business owner Taylor Bell.
Many activists feel as though their voices are being silenced just as they were decades ago, with no progress being made.
“I’m definitely missing out on things because my classes are online,” said Isaac Ayala, a first-year student in the Bachelors of Design program at Conestoga College.