South Asian artists use social media for art representation
With the rise of social media as a platform for artists to showcase their work, South Asian artists are using it more to spread awareness about their distinctive creations. South Asian art includes work from countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and many other places. Despite their historical... Read more
As unemployment rates remain high, businesses wonder how Trudeau will respond
With Prime Minister Justin Trudeau remaining in office following the federal election on September 20, employees are questioning whether he will prioritize small business recovery this term. The Liberals were elected in 158 ridings, falling short of the 170 seats needed for a majority government. With the election costing... Read more
Employees hoping federal candidates will prioritize small business recovery
During 2020 and into this year, small businesses struggled because of the pandemic. Business owners were forced out of work and thousands of employees suffered unexpected temporary or permanent job losses. “Being out of work for almost a year made it difficult to stay motivated and stay positive and... Read more
Menstrual movements want to see the end of period inequity in 2021

Period products are not a luxury, but a necessity. Many people who menstruate in Canada are struggling to deal with their periods with dignity and are forced to seek charities to supply them with the products they need. Many organizations are petitioning for these products to be free and easily accessible by the end of 2021.

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Navigating the online world of nutrition and healthy eating

Nutritionists, dieticians and food bloggers explain the stigmas and myths surrounding healthy eating and what to watch out for on social media.

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COVID-19 highlights need for race-based health data in Canada
By Tatiana Furtado Advocates and healthcare workers across Ontario are making a strong case for the collection and publication of more race-based health data after COVID-19 helped uncover inequities in the healthcare system. “The current pandemic has opened up eyes to a lot of things we still need to... Read more
Tiger Woods injured in serious crash
in Los Angeles

Tiger Woods is being treated for a serious leg injury after a single-car rollover on his way to Rolling Hills Country Club in Los Angeles.

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Tokyo set to appoint female Olympian to lead committee for Summer Games

Reuters journalist, Elaine Lies reports on Seiko Hashimoto, an Olympian and Minister of Women’s Rights Empowerment. Hashimoto’s policies target education, children while targeting health issues and Japan’s falling birth rate.

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