COVID-19 pandemic has unmasked anti-Asian racism in Canada
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted a problem within Canadian society – anti-Asian racism. Data indicates violence has increased in the past year.
On the road again: Canadian trucker finds border crossing easier even despite COVID-19 restrictions
As they provide an essential service, Canadian commercial truck drivers continue to navigate COVID-19 restrictions as they are brought forward.
Start small, dream big is mantra for those looking to be urban homesteaders
During the pandemic, more and more people have been moving towards homesteading as a lifestyle. A lot of those people are living in cities, and looking for a way to live more sustainably.
Coping with COVID: Canadians are taking up hobbies to reduce stress during pandemic
As many Canadians are isolating at home, they have taken up some hobbies to deal with the added stress from the pandemic.
COVID consequences: Placed in the orange zone, Timmins hopes to go green soon
As 27 public health units transition out of lockdown measures into the Orange Zone, the northern community of Timmins hopes to return to Green Zone they achieved prior to lockdown.
Turning to TikTok: Parents of pandemic babies are finding creative ways to cope with the isolation
Nearly one year into the COVID-19 pandemic a new term is on the rise – pandemic babies.
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Podcast: From homeless to housed
Homelessness among youth is a growing crisis in Canada – and it’s more common than you might think. In this podcast, we hear from two people who were able to overcome homelessness as young people.
Ottawa needs a food security co-ordinator, councillor says
As the city’s last poverty reduction strategy expired in 2015 and the holiday season approaches, Ottawans push for a new strategy.
Campus radio feels the pinch of student choices
Due to recent cuts made by Premier Doug Ford, Ontario campus and community radio stations, like Carleton’s CKCU FM, are facing financial instability and are relying on donations to continue broadcasting.