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.
From Latin America to Canada: a look into the perseverance of the historic dance within the city.
Black women in Toronto’s fashion industry are fighting for inclusion
The trials of caring for Muslim children in need
Relationship-centred care and the arts are creating safe spaces for people with memory loss.
The foreseen closure and lasting impact of the World Food Market. What does the future have in store for this landmark?
By Kinza Zafar The hum of coffee shop chatter filled the room as Amie Archibald-Varley and Sara Fung settled in from an impromptu Costco trip in Hamilton. In between working full-time as nurses and producing a bi-weekly podcast, free time is scarce. Fung, who purchased a coffee and Archibald-Varley with a berry smoothie, sat next…
How a book exchange brought a community together and why critics are tearing the idea apart
By Rebecca Morales Draper Vanessa “Van” Carbonell stands in front of a ring light in her dimly lit basement, surrounded by bags filled with colourful clothing and accessories – dresses, shirts, skirts, purses, wallets and more. Facing her phone, she holds up and sometimes even models the items for an audience watching her live on…
University of Toronto’s engineering comedy revue is back in person but students are worried about the future of their show.