A nation on edge: Americans anxiously await election outcome
After President Donald Trump prematurely declared himself the winner of the 2020 presidential elections early this Wednesday morning, activists on both sides of the race ramped up public demonstrations as key swing states worked to finish the vote count. Trump declared the election a “fraud” and called for the... Read more
2020 U.S. elections: Republicans cling to Senate majority in a tight race.
By Saloni Bhugra, Nov 3 In an echo of the tight presidential race, the Republican Party was leading a tight race to hold on to its slim Senate majority. The Republicans held southern Senate seats as expected, while Democrats won the northern states with little competition. Going into the... Read more
Too close to call: The presidency hinges on results from Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania
Trump, Biden race still far from resolution With almost all polls closed, the race for the presidency is still too close to call. In some cities, results may not be announced until at least later in the day.  Former Vice President Joe Biden had a narrow lead as election... Read more
Biden sweeps Sanders in another Super Tuesday
– Joe Biden scored decisive primary victories in Michigan and three other states on Tuesday, taking a big step toward the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination and casting doubt on the future of rival Bernie Sanders’ fading White House bid. The sweeping wins put Biden, 77, on a path... Read more
Justin Trudeau talks Covid-19 and Wet’suwet’en protests
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in the GTA this week for a press conference and photo-op.   The Prime Minister made an appearance at a branch of the Boys and Girls Club in Scarborough on Thursday morning, March 5, to answer questions on a number of current issues.   The most... Read more
Biden beats Sanders in Super Tuesday blowout
Bloomberg drops, Warren out in home state – In the space of 24 hours, the Democratic presidential contest suddenly became a two-man race between former Vice President Joe Biden, whose campaign was floundering just a week ago, and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, the self described Democratic socialist.  Biden... Read more
Your quick guide to the 2020 New Hampshire primary
After weeks of intense campaigning for a primary whose significance has been compounded by the uncertainty surrounding last weeks Iowa caucus results, hundreds of thousands of New Hampshire residents are casting the first ballots in the 2020 U.S. presidential elections today. Once the results finally trickled out of Iowa... Read more
Waiting for Trump
President Donald Trump will be holding a rally Monday night in Manchester, NH at the SNHU arena at 7 p.m., but this didn’t stop supporters from showing up early. Some streets surrounding the arena have been closed off well in advance of Trump’s appearance and some supporters have formed... Read more
Homelessness death toll passes 1,000 names
The Church of the Holy Trinity’s Toronto Homeless Memorial passed 1,000 names on January 14, following the death of Daniel Duncan the day before. Community members... Read more
Bricks And Glitter: the Pride upstart that dreams big
Bricks And Glitter, an organization that stands in opposition to the corporatization of Pride, has just started planning their third annual alternative, anti-capitalist Pride festival. It should be asked, however, why an alternative pride needs to exist in the first place. Picture this: It’s June 21, 2019, and you’re... Read more