The 2021 Federal Debate

The Debate Details On Thursday, September 9, 2021, 5 of Canada’s federal party leaders came together in Gatineau, Quebec to engage in a live debate in preparation for the upcoming September 20th federal election. The debate was covered by CBC, ran from 9:00 to 11:00 pm, and was held in the Canadian Museum of HistoryContinue reading “The 2021 Federal Debate”

The Sustainable Student

On Monday, September 6, 2021, The Sustainable Switch announced the establishment of a new branch of their business. Since the company launched in November 2020, The Sustainable Switch team has been busy working away on a number of exciting new projects and programs for the Greater Toronto community. This new branch will be education-based andContinue reading “The Sustainable Student”

CAFA x FRIDAY HARBOUR

The 7th annual Canadian Arts & Fashion Awards took place virtually on May 19, 2021, for the first time ever. The event was hosted by Canadian actress Amanda Brugel, the ceremony included visits to the homes of presenters, guests, winners, and nominees all in real-time, in an effort to make the fashion community feel moreContinue reading “CAFA x FRIDAY HARBOUR”

The Ecological Irresponsibility of Highway 413: Part 2

The development of Highway 413 is a highly controversial subject in Ontario, with the provincial government and developers pushing for its approval, while municipalities and environmentalists strongly oppose it. Due to the number of factors involved in the project, this article has been broken up into 2 parts. Part 1 will discuss what the proposedContinue reading “The Ecological Irresponsibility of Highway 413: Part 2”

The Irresponsibility of Highway 413: Part 1

The development of Highway 413 is a highly controversial subject in Ontario, with the provincial government and developers pushing for its approval, while municipalities and environmentalists strongly oppose it. Due to the number of factors involved in the project, this article has been broken up into 2 parts. Part 1 will discuss what the proposedContinue reading “The Irresponsibility of Highway 413: Part 1”

National Nurses Day

This article is dedicated to the hard working nurses across Canada. Thank you for your continued dedication and commitment to keeping our communities healthy! The week of May 10th-16th is National Nurses Week, a time to appreciate, support, and give thanks to the unrelenting tireless work that our Canadian nurses bring forth, especially in theContinue reading “National Nurses Day”

Natural Heritage Systems: The Economic Benefits of Protecting Ontario’s Natural Resources

This article focuses on Natural Heritage Systems, what they are, they are important, and how they are beneficial to our economy & livelihoods. Background A Natural Heritage System (NHS) is a network of interconnected natural features and areas, such as wetlands, woodlands, valleylands, watercourses, significant wildlife habitat, and areas of natural and scientific interest (ANSIs).Continue reading “Natural Heritage Systems: The Economic Benefits of Protecting Ontario’s Natural Resources”

Recycling in Toronto: How Does it Work & Why is it so Complicated?

This article will explore the challenges the City of Toronto, its workers, and residents face with the current Blue Bin Program and their transition to the updated Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) program model. Background The City of Toronto hosts one of the most comprehensive integrated waste management systems in North America, managing over 900,000 tonnesContinue reading “Recycling in Toronto: How Does it Work & Why is it so Complicated?”