• Editorials
  • Addressing and Closing the Canadian Pay Gap



    It has been 98 years since Canadian women were first given the opportunity to vote in a federal election, 31 years since the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guaranteed sexual equality under federal law, and 29 years since the Ontario government passed the Pay Equality Act (a provincial government statue to enforce wage equality for females).… Read the rest

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  • Is Winter truly gone for good?

    From snow to sunshine, Toronto has seen very drastic weather this April.  April is typically a month where we expect to see the beautiful, shining sun or adorable birds flying around. However, what we actually saw this month was snow. According to the CBC, Toronto received more snow in April than any other Winter month.… Read the rest

  • Editorials
  • Starbucks Red Cup Debate

    Red Cups

    Starting early in November, stores transformed into holiday spectaculars. Trees appear decorated in many glitters and colours, Michael Bublè was heard almost everywhere,  and an enchanted winter throne was set up in every mall awaiting Santa Claus. Communities and businesses show their holiday spirit by adopting holiday decorations and playing Christmas music.… Read the rest