“Corruption isn’t fought with slogans on TikTok,” complained veteran Colombian presidential candidate Gustavo Petro. But social media can win elections, and right-wing dark horse Rodolfo Hernández, the self-styled “King of TikTok,” may crush Petro’s hopes of becoming Colombia’s first leftist president Sunday. Read More
Think back to March 2020, when the pandemic began and our world, as we knew it, came to a screeching halt.
Two teen girls were charged Wednesday after police responded to social media threats involving a Woodstock high school. The charges came after Woodstock police went to College Avenue secondary school at about 7:30 a.m. in response to threats made on social media, police said Wednesday. A 15-year-old girl and a 16-year-old girl are charged with […]
I grew up in London, Ont., and was close friends with Trooper Mark Wilson at Catholic Central secondary school.
There are debates on social media about the harm of disclosing favorite hiking locations: Does sharing favorite locations on social media cause more harm than good? Turns out, there’s a lot to consider.
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At a time when “we’re all in this together” rings maddeningly hollow, it can be restorative to consider what unites us, beyond the grinding anxiety of a global pandemic.