Imagine living in a garage, the size of two cars, with 25 other people. Imagine having to do that and also to share three washrooms. It’s an example of the modern slavery atmosphere in some rural Ontario farms that never gets talked about, according to Chris Ramsaroop, an activist with Justicia for Migrant Workers.
Six million people in Somalia are in a drought crisis. Somali-born Toronto T.V. host Hodan Nalayeh took a 10-day trip to Somalia in late March to cover the crisis. During the trip, she shared her experience through her Facebook live videos, and on her other social media channels.
Some of the residents in one of Toronto’s oldest community housing complexes have waited as long as seven years for the City of Toronto to make property standards repairs. Data released by the city’s Municipal Licensing and Standards department shows over 100 tenant complaints have been made to the city about Vendome Place, with some dating back to 2010.
“It is so sad that one million sea birds are entangled by plastic every year,” said Prof. Chelsea M. Rochman, “and more than 690 species of animals have been entangled or eaten plastic debris.”
Students were present during the unveiling at EYASS. They spoke about how they would use the new Internet. Students mentioned faster streaming of videos, specifically Ted Talks. They also mentioned they hoped this new Internet access would fix annoying issues that students have had to deal with using ADSL.
Police are on the hunt for a man after gun shots were fired into the air at King Street West and Brant Street early morning on March 19.