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.
As universities gear up for a new semester this fall, many will be faced with a challenge that has nothing to do with COVID-19: Devising strategies to be more inclusive to accommodate increasingly diverse student bodies.
Visual art students at Ryerson University (known as X University among some people amid a formal review of its name) have taken over the giant screens of Yonge-Dundas Square this month for a late-night exhibition of their work.
The budding career of indie folk singer/songwriter Leith Ross took a detour the day after their first show as a featured performer when the first lockdown of the COVID-19 pandemic halted touring and live shows.