Working with a disability
Finding a job is something that most people dread. The pressure of getting ready for a job interview by wearing good clothes, making sure there isn’t any food in your teeth, stressing about how you’ll sound to an employer. Just some of the minor fears that everyone goes through... Read more
When the medicine you need costs $60,000 a year
Recently, there has been a lot of talk about a universal drug plan for Canada that would see many prescription medications get covered by the federal government, as opposed to private insurance companies. This would see the government save some $7.3 billion dollars in health care/drug costs. As things... Read more
Saint Patrick’s Day and the student
Every year, the streets of cities, campuses, and towns all around North America flood with people who are, let’s face it, all claiming to be Irish for one day of the year. They all wear bright green, feign Irish accents, and drink green beer with cheer to celebrate St.... Read more
Gutsy Walk celebrates 20 years
  Crohn’s and Colitis Canada is welcoming the 20th anniversary of its Annual Gutsy Walk charity event. The event, organized by the foundation as well as sponsored by companies like Abbvie, Takeda and Cashmere, is a national fundraising event held across Canada to raise awareness for inflammatory bowel diseases,... Read more
John Tory’s budget proposes major transit overhaul
There may be some new changes to Toronto’s transit system in the coming months. Earlier this week, John Tory put forward his budget proposal to City Council which featured expansions to transit service. Last Monday, Tory and TTC Chair Josh Colle announced a $95 million investment that will aim... Read more
The Canadian International Auto Show runs from February 12 to the 21st, and is Canada’s largest vehicle exhibition, drawing in an attendance of over 300 000 people on average each year. The show highlights some of the newest vehicles by major companies like Ford, Chevrolet, BMW, Lexus, and many... Read more
Champions League’s Round of 16 continues
The UEFA Champions League is about halfway done, and is not lacking in strong matches. Teams like Real Madrid showcased strong offence last week against FC Schalke 04 winning 2-0. Today’s matches have Manchester City going up against FC Barcelona in hopes of redemption against the team for their... Read more
Spring training roundup: Navarro wants out; A-Rod comes back
Toronto Blue Jays catcher Dioner Navarro is asking to be traded. Navarro has been seeking a trade since November when the Jays added Canadian-born catcher Russell Martin to the team for a five-year, $82-million contract. Navarro, who was the Jays’ starting catcher last season, has since been assigned the... Read more
Dubai Tennis Championships underway
The Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships has started with a host of the world’s best players competing for the title of champion. Famous players like Roger Federer, Karolina Pliskova, Novak Djokovic, Venus Williams, and Rafael Nadal have already begun their matches in the tournament. Federer took his first match... Read more