The drive from Kitchener, ON to Windsor, ON is a straight shot down the 401. The road is wrapped with farmland and clouds of dirt. At 19, Joe Rupoli was old enough to drive alone, but to his surprise, a car rolled up behind him on the 401 and trailed him to a rest area between the two cities.
Learning an instrument has been proven to be beneficial, so why is it that lessons are often abandoned, and how can the music industry change so that musicians can simply enjoy music?
In 2020, at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, three friends sat nervously in a cramped room at Pitman Hall Residence at Toronto Metropolitan University, ready to pack up their lives and move back home. Dreams of making it big in the production world were quickly crushed by the looming threat of the global pandemic.
Cup sleeves have become an essential part of the “Hallyu Wave” making their way into fan communities around the city
The downtown core is not affordable, which has left X University students in a precarious position.
Vilification of the fashion brand SHEIN, an affordable online site, has been rampant on social media by many who vow to never shop there whilst shaming those who do.
Despite harm-reduction programs, opioid overdoses continue to rise in Toronto’s homeless shelters.
Kris Alexander, Canada’s only PhD in video game multimedia, wants everyone to join the fun
There’s a chance your donated clothes aren’t where you thought they’d end up.
By Hannah Mercanti It’s already started by early morning, long before the shoppers have arrived. The clock strikes 10 and a bustling crowd of young artists clad in styles from trad goth to classic raver pile into the rented venue on Abell Street, bags full of handcrafted and curated goods, ready to set up for…