Born in Pakistan, Nida Yasmin moved to Malaysia as a teenager before immigrating to Canada two years ago. Read More
When London-area Grade 12 students head to university this fall, all of them will have one thing in common.
With one eye on wildfires creating havoc in Alberta, B.C. and the Northwest Territories, the cabinet of Justin Trudeau put housing affordability at the top of its agenda at a retreat in Charlottetown this week.
More education among children and youth on diversity and inclusivity is needed to help combat hate, LGBTQ+ advocates say, following a rise in incidents involving theft and vandalism of Pride flags in rural Southwestern Ontario.
Fanshawe College’s president is calling out the federal government for using “a sledgehammer” in response to a rapid increase in international students that is linked to housing shortages. Federal Immigration Minister Marc Miller last week announced a 35 per cent reduction in the number of international study permits this year, with the total cap divided […]
A local doctor who competed on the TV survival series Alone is teaching survival medicine courses at the Bluewater Outdoor Education Centre on the Bruce Peninsula, starting Oct. 17-21. The show featured 10 contestants left to fend for themselves in the wilds of Labrador and outlast the others to claim a $500,000 prize. They could […]