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Malini Pararajasingham’s journey through dance from Sri Lanka to Canada

When Malini Pararajasingham immigrated to Canada in the mid-90s with her daughter, she had already known she was going to teach classical Indian dance....

Navigating education with invisible disabilities

Amon remembers waking up covered in blood from all the scratching. He was born with 13 allergies, eczema, and asthma. His conditions made him...

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Malini Pararajasingham’s journey through dance from Sri Lanka to Canada

When Malini Pararajasingham immigrated to Canada in the mid-90s with her daughter, she had already known she was going to teach classical Indian dance....

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Malini Pararajasingham’s journey through dance from Sri Lanka to Canada

When Malini Pararajasingham immigrated to Canada in the mid-90s with her daughter, she had already known she was going to teach classical Indian dance....

Young journalists face industry challenges

In North America, there is a growing mistrust for news and as a direct result of that, news outlets are being forced to lay...

Navigating education with invisible disabilities

Amon remembers waking up covered in blood from all the scratching. He was born with 13 allergies, eczema, and asthma. His conditions made him...
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The Digital Sisterhood – a podcast that makes Muslim women feel less lonely

In the midst of the global pandemic, everyone felt the same way: locked up in their homes, far away from communities, from families and...

Tri-demic makes this flu season never-ending

“All three of us coughed so much at night and couldn’t sleep properly for two weeks,” says Iram Sadia, a wife and mother to...

Teachers under pressure keep on keeping on

Teachers are leaving their jobs because they are burnt out.Rozeena Khan, a teacher of 20 years, has witnessed her fair share of teachers feeling...

The vinyl resurgence

André Lessard is the owner of downtown Oshawa record store Another Spin Records.He had a customer come in looking for a very popular album."We...

MLSE launches youth over barriers to change the game

“Go play basketball.” That’s what Devante Smith-Pelly was told by fans in Chicago while in the penalty box in 2018. Smith-Pelly is a Black...

Bill 23: Solving the housing crisis by slicing up the Greenbelt

The Greenbelt is home to over 300 bird species like the hooded warbler, a small and brightly coloured yellow bird.

SoCal surfs into Whitby’s restaurant industry

At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, the local Durham restaurant world was plagued by restrictions, temporary closures and even permanent shutdowns....

Racism in soccer goes beyond 90 minutes

Bukayo Saka is on the field, alone.In Wembley Stadium with over 67,000 trophy-starved English fans, only veteran Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma stands between Saka...

Trent Durham campus has a long unknown history

Jake Green became a father in the second year of his English major at Trent University in 1987. He returned to complete his degree...

Surging house prices hurting Durham residents

Cathy Duchin, 65, has been a Durham resident since 1990. She recalls a time when she was able to live in an affordable rental...

Canada not as safe as people think for female journalists

Canada is often thought of as a safe place, a place of refuge. In fact, many people flee their home country to come...

A year of record setting low voter turnout

This year saw provincial and municipal elections nearly back-to-back, and in both, voter turnout was nowhere near 50 per cent.Amanda Bridge, a Durham College...