17 Mar 2021

The ‘quarantine quirks’ that bother partners most

Almost a full year after COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization, staying in lockdown with a significant other has a proven a novel and tricky development.  Without the opportunity to physically socialize with family and friends,...
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15 Mar 2021

Buy Local, or Bye, Local

Is there a point when both our civil rights and the financial and emotional well-being of our small business owners supersede the governmental measures in place that mandate small businesses remain closed? It is the modern-day, COVID-19 version of the...
By Cece M. Scott
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09 Nov 2020

Hope Agbolosoo: The Gift Of Hope

A 21-year-old immigrant from Ghana has created an environment that is making a global difference. Sometimes, there are physical characteristics of people that say so much about them before you even know them — a certain stature, twinkling eyes, an...
By Rick Muller
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16 Sep 2020

The Systemic Racism Toward Migrant Farm Workers

Ever since migrant farm workers have been allowed to work seasonally in Canada, they have had to adhere to a different set of rules than the rest of Canadian workers, limiting their rights and stopping them from attaining Canadian citizenship....
By Myles Shane
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13 May 2020

City Life Reading List

An excerpt from Tao Calligraphy Healing Field: An Information System with Six Sacred Tao Techniques to Empower You to Heal and Transform Your Life This book includes wisdom, knowledge, and many practices for healing and transforming your health, relationships, finances,...
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08 Apr 2020

Dove’s Faces Of Courage

Beauty is not defined by shape, size or colour. It’s about feeling the best version of yourself — authentic, unique, real. These qualities have depicted Dove’s message over the last decade to women all over the world. The actors seen...
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25 Mar 2020

A Call For Help: Canadian Hospitals Desperately Seeking Medical Supplies

As Canadians continue to battle the devastating COVID-19 virus, the alarm bells have sounded in hospitals across Canada. Dr. Michelle Cohen of Burlington, Ont., says, “We are running short on supplies, and given that we are just at the beginning...
By Myles Shane
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09 Mar 2020

Murda (ing) D Beatz

The odds were stacked against Murda Beatz; realistically, there was every reason for him not to make it. Feeling like a misfit who was on the outside looking in, Murda grew up in small-town Ontario, a long way from the...
By Cece M. Scott
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09 Mar 2020

The ABCs Of Negotiation

The ABCs of education are being parsed in a whole new way as the conflict between Ontario’s educators and the government’s Ministry of Education escalate. In this new curriculum of negotiations, the A stands for (rotating strikes) action; the B...
By Cece M. Scott
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