By Claudia Cheung
As we welcome the much-awaited New Year, get ready to light to lighten your pockets the next time you go grocery shopping as food prices are set to go up by 3-5 per cent in 2021.
By Jeffery Tram (@Jeffery_Tram)
United by patriotism and a desire for change, hundreds of Nigerians marched the streets of Toronto singing the Solidarity song. Nigerian youth around the world are protesting for the end to police brutality and corruption in Nigeria.
By Cheyenne Raine
Generations of Black-Canadians have been systemically oppressed in the Ontario education system. It was not until 2020 the city council and the provincial government decided to take a good look into the racism that takes place in schools, and the role adults play in coercing Black children out of the chance to pursue higher education.
By Kassandra Sharma
The late Karl Winston Mullings, who is widely recognized as the forefather of the reggae scene here in Canada and a trailblazer for the mixing of Canadian and Caribbean culture, was honoured last month when the city of Brampton dedicated one of its waterways to his memory.
By Ellie King
Our world is facing some of the worst crises’ from natural disasters to terrorist attacks, which have cost the lives of civilians from all over the world. That is why it is significant to honour the Humanitarian aid workers that have risked their lives to help others during the most critical and dangerous points of their lives.
By Benjamin Akpan
There are many topics today that make lots of people squirm with discomfort: rape, abortion, sexuality, vaccinations, and of course, slavery. It is a dark chapter in North American history and is practically ineffable in the public sphere. For the longest time, Hollywood has attempted to address the issue of slavery. With the 400th anniversary of slaves in America looming, it is important to evaluate the depiction of slavery in film, and whether these films are even necessary at all.