By Akilah James
Each year, April 22nd marks International Mother Earth Day. The day re-establishes the importance of environmental protection as well as a call to fight climate change. With the climate crisis only getting worse, this year’s International Mother Earth Day focuses on the importance of biodiversity - and Covid-19 pandemic’s harsh effects on our ecosystems.
By Janica Maya
One year has passed since the Covid 19 pandemic engulfed our lives and we continue to experience the effects globally. Many people have reflected a lost year and learned more about themselves while seeking the hope of normalcy, once again.
By Claudia Cheung (@claudiacheung3)
YouTube is an online video platform that has informed and entertained millions of people over the years. Being a YouTuber involves creating content that is innovative and attention grabbing in a very competitive market. Since COVID-19, YouTubers are affected in many ways.
By Rukia Mire
While sip and paint is no new concept, with the way the world is working these days, in theory you might think your days of wine-ing and painting with your friends or SO are over…right? Wrong!
By Thérèse Bo-Wenge
The COVID-19 outbreak has allowed for the emergence of new trends to keep the world busy during the self-isolation period. To support more accessibility to Ontarians we’ve seen new trends on social media and streaming sites, new food delivery policies and even new shifts in online shopping and education.
By Daniella English
Social distancing. Self-isolation. Quarantine. These words are now a part of our daily vocabulary. But the effects and ramifications of these practices can often leave us feeling distant and depressed. How do we balance our mental well being with that of our physical health?
Here are FIVE ways to help you find that balance and manage your mental health to beat the COVID-19.