After guiding students through mental traumas, an internationally renowned weaver felt obligated to keep her art studio alive amid the pandemic.
A closer look at how the pandemic has transformed the lives of musicians and the music industry itself
By Sabrina Scroppo With his nose buried in the pages of a fantasy classic, a thick Scottish accent surfaces without warning. “Harry – yer a wizard.” The smoky tone of Rubeus Hagrid’s voice lingers in the McNally home. Crisp pages land together and the ruby red hardcover is shut, the fictional nighttime adventure finally put…
Jason Glass, a fourth-generation chuckwagon driver, can’t wait to get back on the historic Calgary Stampede track
Sui Chen shares his experiences as a Chinese immigrant working in Canada.
The women’s-only sneaker boutique is carving a space for communities that have gone long unnoticed in the sneaker industry, one shoe at a time.
Mickey looked in all the wrong places to express himself – until he found music again
By Tyrese Wedderburn Julie holds Vita after a walk in the park.(Julie Craig/T•) On a September afternoon after a four-hour wait in the Pearson Airport cargo area, Julie Craig’s precious cargo arrives. Aboard a plane from the Dominican Republic, her adopted dog Vita is now in Canada after facing frequent delays due to COVID-19 restrictions.…
By Tamia James The sound of a notification bell fills Kate La with excitement because it means she has received an order. After confirming the customer’s purchase, she rushes to her work station where a container holds chains, lobster clasps, jump rings, pendants and a plier that awaits her. She will now assemble her pieces.…
How Nazia Zainab Sheikh went from a law degree to baking a cake for the Royal Family.