“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.
The rise of “cancel culture” has gone from targeting celebrities such as Kanye West, Scarlett Johansson,and Kevin Hart to targeting everyone and anyone.
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.
Eliminating the teaching of cursive writing in schools may not be a good thing. In fact, studies show that cursive writing helps the brain develop neural pathways, which in turn help with dexterity and even concussions.
Learn how much food is thrown out in Canada, and worldwide, in this three-episode podcast.
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.
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.
Lady Glaze Doughnuts works to be as zero waste as possible, which means finding every part of the doughnut a purpose.
Several hundred people attended the event, involving traditional crafts and food.
Amazon propelled the popularity of Glynn Stewart’s sci-fi novels.
Harnek Grewal puts in a lot of hours at his Petro Canada station. You would expect him to be cranky, but instead, he is funny, friendly and fantastic.
Take a look inside the student-run restaurant after a $58-million campus renovation.
Kitchener’s John Norton building commemorates a key figure from the War of 1812.
Spoke reporter Broderick Visser writes about a trip of a lifetime – a trip to Amsterdam.