This Ojibway family’s love of wrestling goes well beyond two brothers competing for Team Ontario.
On the morning of her first major competition, Hannah Morningstar was struggling just to think. It was at the 2014 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) in Regina, Sask., and the then 13-year-old was trying to find a way to throw her javelin as best as she could. “On that day, I woke up feeling extremely […]
A Toronto couple says that Canadians have showed a good response when it comes to helping Syrian refugees. Jim Handman and Renee Pellerin are among the organizers of the Kensington Assistance for Refugees private sponsorship group.
The Toronto couple acknowledged that they had been moved to sponsor a Syrian family with children after the sheer tragedy of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi, who was found dead on the beaches of Turkey. The couple joined an existing private sponsorship group, Kensington Assistance for Refugees (KARE), last year.
He believes if Canadians take a stand and refuse to accept food, and other products, that have been produced at the cost of migrant worker – migrant workers will feel empowered and this is the best way to push for change.
Train rescuer and historian slams plan to build $4b one-stop Scarborough subway. Jason Shron, of Rapido Trains Inc., also believes LRT is more important in Scarborough, not subways or streetcars.
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.