What love looks like in public: Black History Month through a religious, feminist LGBT lens
On February 27th, at the end of Black History Month, Pastor David Lewis-Peart and Reverend Chiedza Pasipanodya produced a service to celebrate the significant month through LGBT and feminist lenses and to bring up the ideas that were on their minds and in their hearts. Pasipanodya and Lewis-Peart are... Read more
Humber College and Lakeshore Arts are teaming up for the third time to host the annual Culture Days, a three-day event featuring over 50 free interactive activities and events. Skedline reporters, Sara Miller and Sohini Mondal cover Saturday’s events which include The Wishing Well exhibit, The Aboriginal Community Celebration... Read more
Humber hosts weekend arts festival
Humber College and Lakeshore Arts are teaming up for the third time to host the annual Culture Days, a three-day event featuring over 50 free interactive activities and events. The Culture Days event will take place from Friday, Sept. 26 to Sunday, Sept 28 and will run along Lakeshore Boulevard from... Read more
Canada drags its feet on a national suicide prevention strategy
In the time that it takes a person to change and upload their Facebook profile photo, another person has taken their life. According to the new report: Prevent Suicide – A Global Imperative, released by the World Health Organization, an estimated 800,000 people globally die by suicide. “This report... Read more
Toronto considers Aboriginal employment strategy

The city of Toronto is setting its eyes on a new Aboriginal employment strategy.

‘‘It’s time for us to show some leadership. I’m not going to wait for Ottawa or Queen’s Park to solve the problem,’’ says Coun. Adam Vaughan (Ward 20 Trinity-Spadina).

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Native student finds community at Humber College

Aaron Bowerman’s passion for travel, his people and his culture are rooted in his experiences. The 26-year old native journeyed from Manitoulin Island to Windsor and now to Toronto in pursuit of a post-secondary education in the tourism industry.

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Toronto’s three aboriginal childcare centers are going to close, according to the head of Native Child and Family Services. Two are already closing and the third likely will in the near future.

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This week on Skedline, we’ve been looking at various Aboriginal issues. Adam Jonsson sat down with our City Hall correspondent, Nick Dasko, to talk about why Native Child and Family Services daycares in Toronto are closing down. This is a recording of a live stream on Skedlive that aired... Read more

Aboriginal culture has been demonstrated at an event on Humber College’s Lakeshore campus last weekend. Toronto Culture Days and the Aboriginal Resource Centre worked together to honor the history of aboriginal peoples.

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Aboriginal homelessness on the rise in Toronto

An interim city of Toronto report shows a dramatic increase of aboriginal people living on the streets.

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