The holiday season can be an especially tough time for folks dealing with addiction and mental health challenges, so Edgewood Health Network brought together six of Canada’s top drag performers to share their compelling stories of getting and staying sober.
Since time immemorial, Indigenous people have used hides for clothing, shelter, ceremony and more. Canada’s colonial policies sought to stamp out these traditions, but community organizations are fighting to revive them.
Ikwinder Singh, a 21-year-old Toronto-based Punjabi music producer known as Ikky, is leading an imprint of Warner Music called 4N Records he hopes can build a bridge between the music in its homeland and the wider world via a hub in Toronto.
Inuit young people have a tough path to traverse as they seek an active and meaningful role in the building of climate resilience in the far north of the planet, where actions taken elsewhere are having a profound impact on both geography and cultural life.
Black youth made to feel unwelcome in Toronto’s nightclub district have developed their own club culture largely hidden from view, one that is being celebrated in an online exhibit that launched this month.
Young Black artist Ayrah Taerb delivers a rap soliloquy from the altar of Toronto’s Metropolitan United Church to a production crew and a handful of others, part of an installation performance claiming space in Toronto next month.
The rates at which teaching staff and researchers experience harassment on Canada’s university and college campuses are significantly higher than in most other workplaces, a major study released on Friday shows.