Thirty-two people have been charged and 16 victims have been saved in a cross-country effort to crack down on human trafficking. Fifty-three police forces and nearly 400 officers across Canada worked in co-ordination to carry out Operation Northern Spotlight Tuesday, Oct. 18.
Articles by Scout McCraw
The Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) is a key hurdle for anyone who wants to apply to a North American law school, and is just the first step in an anxiety ridden and expensive few months for tens of thousands of young Canadians every year. Many students take formal preparatory courses, shelling out hundreds of dollars to do so. There are so many private prep courses, public information sessions and study options, how can prospective Canadian students know which is the best path towards acing the LSAT?
On International Day of the Girl, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau joins Instagram and opens the Toronto Stock Exchange to promote Plan International Canada’s #GirlsBelongHere campaign.
One in five Canadians will experience a mental health issue or illness in their lifetime, according to the Canadian Mental Health Association. Whether they are dealing with stress or depression, one in five Canadians will toss and turn all night or wander through their day — frustrated, sad, or afraid.
I think any opportunity to teach girls and boys about awesome female role models and the importance of gender equality is a good one. But part of me is thinking that if you want to celebrate women or a woman’s achievement, why not do it today, tomorrow, any day and everyday?
Six women who left their homes in countries as diverse as Venezuela, France and Dubai to pursue their careers in Toronto are profiled at the City Hall.
Premier Kathleen Wynne and the provincial government have committed $100 million over three years to carry out Walking Together, a long-term plan to end violence against indigenous women.
En route to Bermuda from Toronto, Air Canada flight 942 turned around and made an emergency landing Wednesday at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.
The annual Agnes Macphail Public Speaking Contest is taking place tomorrow, Feb. 17, at 7 p.m. in the True Davidson Council Chambers of the East York Civic Centre, 850 Coxwell Ave.
When people of African descent are routinely included or affirmed through school curriculum, books and the media, there may no longer be a need for Black History Month, some black leaders say.