Cannabis conundrum: edibles and all

The recent announcement of Ontario’s first four pot shop locations is a step forward in Canada making cannabis legal for recreational use — but you won’t find THC-infused gummies, lollipops, chocolate bars or brownies in government-run dispensaries for at least another year.

Top prospect Luguentz Dort wins 2nd straight MVP at BioSteel basketball showcase

By Jennifer Redenbach

Lugentz Dort received back-to-back MVP as he lead team white to a 147-131 victory over team red in the fourth Annual 2018 BioSteel All Canadian High School Basketball Game.   

Dort was dominant for team white as he finished the game with 34 points and 8 rebounds.  

G-Hey poses in front of the Story Arts Centre sign. She made a short film for a class project that got chosen to be made into a feature-length film.

Film company sees big picture in East York film grad’s short

As G-Hey Kim sat at a Centennial College computer desk editing her short horror film for her directing class, she didn’t think it would make it into the Hamilton Film Festival. She definitely didn’t think a production company would see it and option it for a full-length feature film.

Period Purse makes menstrual products accessible for marginalized women

A children’s store is probably not the first place you’d associate with menstrual products. But that’s where you’ll find a drop-off point for donations to The Period Purse, a grassroots organization dedicated to delivering menstrual products and toiletries in fashionable purses to menstruators across Canada.