The Evidence Room featured at the Royal Ontario Museum is a powerful and sobering exhibit dedicated to showing, through sculpture and reconstruction, that Auschwitz-Birkenau, the notorious death camp in Poland, was used to kill as many people as possible. It was designed for death.
I wrote about Eric for the Toronto Star because of his initiative to properly recycle to-go coffee cups.
I wrote about Loizza Aquino for the Toronto Star last month, ahead of an event to remove the stigma surrounding mental health and suicide.
Last month I spoke to Shamus O'Reilly before he came to Toronto to enjoy a cannabis-infused dinner with nine other Canadian veterans.
What Elissa said to me then is just as important now, if not more—given how the conversation about women, women's rights, sexual assault and behaviour in the workplace have catapulted to the centre of a worldwide discussion.
Last month Knixwear founder and CEO Joanna Griffiths was brainstorming ways to raise awareness about body positivity.
It's shocking to know that the net neutrality protection that we take for granted can be taken away just as quickly as it was in the United States
Canadians are taking to Twitter and social media to denounce the move.
The latest workspace joining the mix will take up residence at the former Hoxton nightclub, at 69 Bathurst Street, in downtown Toronto. I checked it out ahead of its grand opening next week.
Last month, I sat down with Monica Ruffo, the creator of an all-natural supplements company and breast cancer survivor
As I prepare to release the second half of an investigative piece I wrote about the Church of Scientology in Toronto, I wanted to share the experience of one ex-member.
An exhibit dedicated to film director Guillermo Del Toro opened at the Art Gallery of Ontario, called At Home with Monsters.
I was scrolling through my Instagram explore page when I saw a post about the Bad Girls Collective, a book club inspired and dedicated to connecting women around the city and discussing great literature.
This month, I got to meet Andrew Forde, a Toronto-based violinist who has been working on a new project inspired by Glenn Gould. (In case you didn't know, Gould is one of the most well-known Canadian pianists, but as Forde pointed out, was extremely eccentric.) I sat down with Forde at Revolution Recording in Leslieville while he worked on a track with rapper Shad. I wrote about it for Metro Toronto, but Forde had more to say about Gould's and his own philosophies on music, performing, his next steps, and his partnership with Roots Canada.
The weather outside is sweltering and my AC is blowing. Perfect conditions for a lovely binge-watching session.
I got to talk to Lido right after her Polaris Music Prize win for best Canadian album, when she was awarded $50,000 for La Papessa.
Ellen Wong discusses how her parents disapproved of her acting career at first, as well as being continuously asked to play the "bubbly sidekick" and how she broke out of that stereotype with her role in GLOW, a new Netflix series about women's wrestling.
Some insight from former a Scientologist after the premier of A&E's docu-series Scientology and The Aftermath.