As the holidays and cold weather quickly approach, we shouldn’t forget about our furry feline friends that frequently roam the streets. Quite often, there is a large number of animals waiting to be adopted by their forever family at...
Netflix. It’s become a hobby, a binge-watching phenomenon, and as of recent, a meme. It’s the cellphone of the entertainment industry. Soon there will be a time where some of us forget what life was like without it. Soon...
For those who remember The Ritz Deli North, an exciting new café has opened up at 641 George Street North. Joe Hay and Lindsay Brock, a beautiful married couple, have taken the cozy little space and turned it into a...
I had the distinct pleasure of speaking with two individuals who are adventurers in the truest sense of the word. Alex Brownlee, and partner Christian Milani, are roughly two months into their journey from Toronto, Ontario, all the way...
The number of Muslim Canadians is on the rise, but most non-Muslims remain fairly ignorant of the religious practices of our fastest growing immigrant population. This month being the holy month of Ramadan, it is important to understand the...
Having recently, finally, been diagnosed as autistic it really opened my eyes to how many popular misconceptions about autism there is, not just among the general public, but also the general ‘literature’ surrounding autism. As such I was going to...
If you are like me, going to the grocery store has become less of a chore and more like a navigation of the minefield that is today’s food products. Numerous products bear the deceptively healthy tags of “gluten free,”...
A commentary on the new age propagation of racialized self-hate As I flippantly perused the Internet the other day, I stumbled upon an article that made me feel a full spectrum of emotions ranging from amusement to full-blown irritation. The...
It’s that time of year again: February. The weather is unkind, the sun isn’t being too generous with that vitamin D, even the economy is dreary. In a world where we are constantly being told that our degrees may...
In 2010, photographer Steve Rosenfield started the “What I Be Project.” Volunteers were required to complete the following statement: “I am not my ___.” Each individual was asked to complete the sentence with his or her own insecurities,...