Men using makeup has become more common, especially once public figures like James Charles – the first Cover Boy for Covergirl – popped up. While self-expression should be celebrated, normalizing makeup for men is a slippery slope into pressuring them to uphold yet another beauty standard. It also contributes to the division between men’s and women’s products. On Feb. 28, Stryx, a skincare company for men, posted a TikTok video … Continued
The artist sits in their chair, labouring over their latest collage of light, colour and love. Some do it for the love of the process, others do it as their hobby to cool down. What if they’d like to sell their prized four-sided frame? Besides standing on a street corner, pointing its face to each passerby, they might consider selling it online. Much like the ‘.com’ bubble of the early … Continued
Coaches Corner host Don Cherry gets canceled because of “you people” rant on TV. Cancel culture, meet hockey culture.
In this article, Visser discusses the past, present and future state of journalism, freedom of the press and how that impacts our democracy.
It is time we all befriended bees, because without them, our food supply would be in crisis.
Opinion by Broderick Visser.
Warren Kinsella’s Daisy Group consulting firm was behind a social media campaign which was to keep People’s Party of Canada leader, Maxime Bernier out of the federal leaders’ debates and to place the PPC on the defensive.
Kitchener-area political candidates campaigned for the student vote during a debate at Conestoga’s doon campus on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019.
Students questioned candidates on issues facing Indigenous people, including the lack of clean water in some communities, land ownership and respectful consent.
Walk along a coastline, any coastline, and what do you experience? The smell of salty sea air and the piercing cry of gulls circling overhead? Definitely. Colourful plastics washed up on the shore? Almost certainly. The single-use plastic problem doesn’t just affect coastlines and beaches either. Forests, green spaces, and anywhere else people routinely gather, there’s going to be plastic waste which affects the ecosystem and wildlife. This in turn … Continued
While it’s still too soon to call the legalization of recreational cannabis a complete success, there are already some Canadians calling for a blanket decriminalization of all drugs.
The short film industry is thriving, thanks in part to smaller competitions such as the OWL 48.5 Hour B Film Challenge in Stratford, Ont., where film enthusiasts come together to meet, experiment and have fun.
The justice system isn’t perfect, no matter how much we’d like it to be. And we can’t exonerate someone back to life, writes Darick Charbonneau.
EDITORIAL By Ahmad Khan Maxime Bernier criticizes “Trudeau’s extreme multiculturalism” but is he turning hate into a political belief? Maxime Bernier, leader of the People’s Party of Canada, stirred up a storm of controversy when he criticized Justin Trudeau of “extreme multiculturalism.” On Aug. 13 an article appeared on CBC that published a series of tweets from Bernier …. “Trudeau’s extreme multiculturalism and cult of diversity will divide us into … Continued
EDITORIAL By Colin Burrowes When Premier Doug Ford announced in the Legislature on Tuesday, Oct. 1 his government, which he claims is “for the people,” would be eliminating all of Bill 148, the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, we wondered, which people is this government for? There is more to Bill 148 than a raise of minimum wage to $15 or the first two of 10 emergency leave days being … Continued
EDITORIAL By Jessica Towriss Beaten, raped and murdered. Those are three words you never want to hear but they will haunt Tori Stafford’s family forever. Tori was only eight years old when she was abducted walking home from a school in Woodstock on April 8, 2009. She was lured away by a woman who dangled the promise of seeing a puppy in front of her. After being missing for almost … Continued