How life for Toronto’s drag queens has changed in the era of COVID-19
Cultural perceptions of mental health vary, and Caribbean immigrant families can find themselves disagreeing when it comes to adapting to western views and staying true to “back-home” attitudes
With female voices in the sports media industry being sparse, a group of women at Ryerson University created a sports journalism outlet to let their voices be heard.
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…
Sanaaj Mirrie grew up with a passion to dance but only moved to the beat of “the safe path.” One accident changed the way she looked at life
Sarah Hussain, CEO and founder of Bridge HR, shares how her company hopes to bring diversity and inclusion to all Canadian workplaces.
By Sahara Mehdi Red and orange Persian rugs cover the hardwood floor. African and Caribbean art adorn the walls, from traditional tribal masks to local paintings. Novels pack the dark brown shelves, while books that don’t fit sit in piles on top. Large floor-to-ceiling windows open onto the street. The design is reminiscent of shops…
As more youth struggle with homelessness, an intersectional approach and understanding of the shelter system is needed.
By Claire Donahue For 51 years, Factory Theatre has premiered a multitude of Canadian works from people of all backgrounds while creating a sense of comfort for those who walk through its doors Matt McGeachy wandered about the centuries-old building on Adelaide and Bathurst, thinking about what amazing piece of theatre he’ll get to read…
How Asian culture has been so integrated within Toronto.