School of Medicine opening in Ontario’s Underserved Peel Region
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By Mathieu Sheridan The darkness has become one with yourself. Lying down is the only time the pressure isn’t coursing through your skull. The constant mix of nausea and dizziness has caused many long days that never seem to end – the world is forever spinning like a top. The days without symptoms seem like…
Spoiler alert: high school is a lot more boring IRL
Turning a public health emergency into a scripted musical, students at Chinguacousy Secondary School adapt to the harsh realities of virtual learning by showcasing their frustration and paranoia in a digital performance.
By Felecia Francis It’s 2015, a suitcase is being wheeled against the floor of the Norman Manley International Airport, in Kingston, Jamaica. In that suitcase lies more than clothing. It contains a bag of sand collected from the beach. The sand is a reminder that Jamaica is where she’s from, even though she will no…
By Tristan Day Jordan OVO 12’s shoes. (Steven Cheung/T•) An array of city lights is seen spread across the Mississauga skyline from the 34th floor of an apartment building. If you looked inside the floor to ceiling windows, you would see a 20-year-old kid enjoying the luxuries of living alone and being caught up into…