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
Some young people prefer working from home a year into the pandemic
By Josh Welsh Over the last year, young people across the province have been forced to adapt to new circumstances. While some have found it challenging, other young people have embraced their new routines – and aren’t so sure they want to return to how their work life was... Read more
Online shopping an opportunity during pandemic

Shopping online during the pandemic has become vital to our way of life. Learn how we adapt and change.

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Life as an “essential worker” in the time of COVID-19
While many people across Canada are staying home, and the government institutes new measures to keep people safe, some employees still have to go to work. The government has indicated that members of essential services must stay and continue their work. These essential services include the LCBO, grocery store... Read more
Entertainment world affected by COVID 19
BY: SARAH TAHER The COVID 19 virus is forcing many events, festivals and premiers to be postponed over concerns of the outbreak.  The Coachella music festival in the Southern California desert has been postponed for six months until October because of concerns regarding the virus, organizer Goldenvoice said on... Read more
Ethical Perspective: event highlights need for minority groups to get better representation in ads
Companies need to be more careful with the representation of minority groups such as LGBTQ+ and people of colour in advertisements, according to a discussion held at the University of Toronto (UofT), on Jan. 30. Yannik Thiem, Ph.D. and professor at Colombia University, was the first guest speaker in... Read more
Celebrating the low-carb life at a keto diet event
The keto-friendly products filled up bags of many who attended the Etobicoke Low-Carb Keto Living Fair at the Assembly Hall on Saturday, Jan. 18. The event gathered many vendors that sell keto, keto-friendly and keto-related products. Among them, there were bakery products like cakes, cupcakes, biscuits, and bread. Other... Read more
Last Christmas opens to mixed reviews
By Luka Tskhadaia Toronto’s first snow is a good reminder of the holiday season to come and this movie release Last Christmas adds to that seasonal mood. The main characters of Paul Faig’s Last Christmas are played by British actors Emilia Clarke, who went from conquering seven kingdoms on... Read more
How Toronto International Film Festival welcomed Humber College students
By Luka Tskhadaia The 44th Toronto International Film Festival came to its official end on Sep. 15. It showed over 300 screenings from 80 different countries to the world and students from Humber College’s Film & Media Production program have had a hand in some of them. One of... Read more
Your next awards shows: Academy of Country Music Awards and Billboard Music Awards
By Sarah Larke and Katia Sist Dates and locations of this year’s awards shows Awards show season is far from over. Here’s a full list of all the upcoming ceremonies this year: Academy of Country Music Awards: The country awards show is coming to the MGM Grand Garden Arena... Read more