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
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
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
Grocery prices I never anticipated as an international student
Never did I think that I would be spending up to $150 per week to stock my kitchen. Grocery prices after the pandemic have been ruthless towards the City of Toronto, the one segment of the society that suffers from these would be students. On top of that, if... Read more
October is Hispanic Heritage Month in Canada
Fall festivities just started. Thanksgiving is just around the corner and later this month, Halloween. However, for many Canadian Hispanics, October means Hispanic Heritage Month, and this is a time for us to celebrate and be proud of the contribution many Hispanics have given. From Hispanic filmmakers, artists and... Read more
Toronto’s upcoming election could result in a congestion tax for downtown area
Toronto residents are returning to the polls this month for the municipal and school board elections on Oct. 24. With the upcoming election, depending on the results, some significant changes could be seen in notable ridings around the city. Ward 10, also known as Spadina-Fort York, is one of... Read more
High Park weekend road closures spark criticism from Ward 4 residents
Toronto city council is testing a new project called the High Park Movement Plan, geared toward educating cyclists on road safety and providing a safe space for cyclists to ride freely on the road. The High Park Movement Strategy launched this past summer to an overwhelmingly positive reaction from... Read more
TIFF’s impact on young filmmakers
Toronto International Film Festival has ended its 47th edition after 11 days of featuring Canadian and international films. The festival was held in Toronto’s media and entertainment district from Sept. 8 to Sept. 18. Austin Mazumder-Roberts is a French Canadian filmmaker and a graduate of the Toronto Film School.... Read more
Toronto’s shelter shortage calls for government action
TORONTO – Ongoing shortages in Toronto’s homeless shelters calls for government action as more unhoused individuals struggle to find shelter out of the cold weather. Shelters have reached maximum capacity almost every night this year. Extreme cold weather alerts, blazing snowstorms and freezing temperatures characterize Toronto’s coldest month of... Read more
2022 Toronto Fall Election Fraught with Predictable Unpredictability
TORONTO – Over the past two years, Toronto’s economy has just barely endured the standing COVID-19 pandemic. According to a 2020 Destination Toronto study, after one year of the pandemic, the city lost upwards of $8.35 billion in Toronto’s visitor economy. With only a few months to go, candidates... Read more