Originating from the States, National Puppy Day has expanded to Canada and is making their mark in shelters all around the GTA advocating for potential owners to adopt dogs rather than buying from breeders.
March 17th marks the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, a holiday originating from Newfoundland, but for one particular city in Canada, streets around a University are taken over by thousands of dedicated students.
Nike’s newest announcement of a new sports approved hijab has had many different reactions over social media. Some positive and some critical but many users are saying this isn’t as new as Nike makes it out to be. Social media users take to different outlets chiming in on what the Pro Hijab actually means. Is it just a new product stepping outside of Nike’s norm of cleats and running tights, or is it the beginning of a new culture for diversity with women in sport?
Reading week is the time to catch up on your studies and gather your books for your upcoming midterms and exams. But for many of us it’s a time to relax, see loved ones, catch up on our social lives and maybe have a few drinks. Check out a few different events Toronto is hosting from February 20-27 that branch off from the something a little more unique then you average diner or movie.
Toronto Police Headquarters has announced their partnership with Holland Bloor View Hospital with the Cape for Kids campaign. Police will suit up in capes to raise awareness and money for kids with disabilities in long term care.