Head trauma is not too uncommon for a few, such was the case for me. A consultation over the phone, then a doctor’s visit resulted in an appointment for a brain scan around the middle…
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Access to mental health care is a key issue for many young, first-time Scarborough voters in the upcoming June 2 provincial election. As young people continue to deal with the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic…
As election pressure intensifies in Toronto’s east end, many voters are experiencing feelings of overload and perplexity given the extent of similarities between the Liberal party and the New Democratic Party (NDP). Though both leaders…
The mentally ill may be among the beneficiaries of the election as Liberals, Conservatives and NDP made promises to take action on the issue.
Going to the polls can be scary and confusing for a first-time voter, when you don’t know what you’re doing.
Liberal red swept across all 25 Toronto city ridings in this year’s federal election and it may be thanks to Ontario’s Conservative premier.
Youth concerned about the election and the climate crisis attend election information session
The cost to immigrate to Canada is yet another hurdle faced by immigrants who choose to come here on a student visa.
“The problem is, after you come here you have so many things that you face, especially related to money. I was a student [and] there are many students like me who are living here, paying excessive rent and paying excessive taxes,” she said.
It is a familiar story for the NDP’s Clarke, who told the audience she, too, was no exception.
“It took some time to acclimatize,” Clarke said. “We had to go through a process where my parents left respectable jobs in Jamaica to start from the bottom and work their way up [in Canada].”
Climate change initiatives and the Trans Mountain Pipeline were two of the many topics discussed during the debate between the Toronto-Centre candidates for the upcoming election.