Khaleel Seivwright, a carpenter from Toronto, was building insulated homes for the homeless until the city issued a lawsuit and a permanent restraining order to stop him from building structures on city property
HuffPost Canada capsizes, taking 70 jobs with it, just as workers were about to unionize — but the industry crisis goes beyond HuffPost
Since the shutdowns started in March 2020, Canada’s beleaguered media industry has laid off 2,096 and counting
Meet Alicia Serratos, the 14-year-old environmental activist who sent seed library kits to every state in the US during the pandemic. “A Seed Library is
King Randall is the founder of The X For Boys, an organization that looks to mentor, educate, and empower boys while providing them with the tools for success
Professor Anna-Mia Ekström and Professor Stefan Swartling Peterson have gone through the data from UNICEF and UNAIDS, and came to the conclusion that least as many people have died as a result of the restrictions to fight covid as have died of covid.
Nuclear power’s bad press is because it has led to radioactive disasters in the past, the repercussions of which are still felt today
Researchers in New Zealand discovered three new shark species that glow in the dark. Do not fear because these sharks swim in what scientists call the “twilight zone” which is as deep as 200 and 1000 metres. And humans are not on their list of prey.
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