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
Beto O’Rourke announces 2020 democrat bid
Former Texas congressman, Beto O’Rourke has announced his bid for the 2020 democratic presidential nomination this morning. O’Rourke is the 16th candidate to throw their hat into a very crowded ring.  Some other candidates include Bernie Sanders, 77, from Vermont and Cory Booker,46, from New Jersey. You might remember... Read more
Parents rally at Queen’s Park against provincial government changes to autism funding
Reporters Natalia Yurieva and Makayla Pereira were at Queen’s Park to cover a protest against the provincial government’s changes to autism funding. Read more
Trudeau stays away from SNC-Lavalin scandal at an armchair discussion in Toronto
The Prime Minister spoke with Glenn Mullan as part of the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Convention At the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on Tuesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made no mention of the ongoing SNC-Lavalin scandal that has resulted in significant changes to his cabinet. Instead,... Read more
“Crazy Marxist nonsense”: IGNITE and Ford’s new financial plan
Breanne Coulter Updated: Feb. 28, 2019. The Globe and Mail reported that Ontario Premier Doug Ford accused Ontario student unions of “crazy Marxist nonsense” in a fundraising e-mail this week. This statement follows recent post-secondary funding changes which will give Ontario students the option to opt out of student... Read more
Cat Lake First Nation has declared a state of emergency after independent companies found mould – or traces of mould – in all 128 homes and deemed 87 homes uninhabitable. The MP for Timmins-James Bay area, Charlie Angus, visited Cat Lake on Tuesday with the investigators. He says he... Read more
Students rally at Queen’s Park to protest OSAP changes
Reporter Rosen Castillo and videographers Makayla Pereira and Natalia Yurieva report from Queen’s Park for the March for Student Rights. This rally was just one of the many protests across Ontario where students voiced their concerns about changes to post-secondary funding. Read more
Protest without pickets: Student guide to slacktivism
By Breanne Coulter, for   Students in the Greater Toronto Area are gathering at Queen’s Park, today, Friday to protest the provincial government’s changes to financial assistance. Many students may not be able to participate in the weekday protest to exercise their democratic right either because of class... Read more
Injunction Lifted On Trump’s Transgender Ban
U.S. President Donald Trump’s restrictions on transgender troops are allowed to proceed following a 5-4 Supreme Court decision issued on Tuesday. The justices did not rule on the merits of the case but instead chose to grant the Trump administration’s request to lift injunctions issued by federal judges. In... Read more