Travel ideas for college students feeling budget squeeze
College students have an array of expenses they have to pay throughout the school year that limit their ability to engage in recreational travel. Tuition, rent, transit, and food costs add up, leaving little to no room for vacations, activities, or social life in their budget. Skedline reporters conducted... Read more
Can Ontario be regulated with another mask mandate amid higher respiratory illnesses?
In recent months as respiratory illness rises across the country, many Canadian healthcare experts have been asking the provincial governments to bring back mask mandates again. Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Kieran Moore in a recent press conference ‘strongly recommended’ Ontarians to wear masking in public indoor settings.... Read more
Toronto chosen to host A.R Rahman’s new virtual reality film
Lighthouse Immersive in downtown Toronto housed a red carpet event hosted by Malarr Entertainment on Monday, Nov. 14 for two-time Oscar and Grammy-winner A.R Rahman’s new virtual reality film Le Musk. Le Musk, meaning ‘the scent,’ is a 37-minute virtual reality short film about a young woman named Juliet... Read more
NeedorGreed Protest
NeedorGreed organized a protest in Queen’s Park on Nov. 17, 2022, for a freeze of tuition fees for international students. International students provide 68 per cent of tuition revenue which accumulated to be $1.7 billion last year which was more than colleges received in provincial grants. This event was... Read more
Artists across Canada raise their 
voices to the injustice in Iran
The civil unrest continues around the world after the death of Mahsa Amini at the hands of the morality police. And the indignation of the Iranian people is being shared through one of the most powerful tools to convey emotion; art. Mahsa Amini, 22, died on Sept. 16. She... Read more
Siri Agrell running for Ward 4
Siri Agrell, a longtime resident of Ward 4, has experience working in the mayor’s office at city hall, so she’s seen how effective decision-making can be done within Toronto City Council. “I see how can take care of people and I haven’t seen that happening in my... Read more
The sad truth about gentrification in lower-class neighbourhoods
Cabbagetown has long been a historic gem. With multiple roads of historically preserved houses, restaurants of so many different cuisines, and local farmers’ markets at Riverdale Park in the summer, Cabbagetown has variations of cultures and a sense of community. There is, however, one flaw to Cabbagetown. It has... Read more
Latin Fall Fiesta to commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month
The Latin Parade and Fall Fiesta took place at Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto this past Sunday, Oct. 9. This was a great opportunity for Hispanics to get together, and enjoy their foods, crafts and music. This event takes place every year during the month of October and its mission... Read more
Toronto Blue Jays fans left stunned following postseason collapse
This past weekend, the Toronto Blue Jays made a brief playoff run against the Seattle Mariners during the two games of their American League Wild Card matchup. The Jays clinched their playoff spot for the fourth time since winning back-to-back World Series titles in 1992 and 1993. This was... Read more
Blue Jays Swept by Seattle, Leaving Questions for Toronto Club
Rogers Centre geared up to host the first home playoff series since 2016 this past weekend. Every seat was fitted with a ‘rally towel,’ a tradition initially popularized by the Pittsburgh Steelers, designed to be swung around by fans in critical moments to distract opposing players and push the... Read more