Published on May, 2022

Juggling Two Jobs: How to Handle the Decision and the Work

May 2nd, 2022; By Sarah Leung

Taking another job is not what most people want to do in their free time. Sometimes, these situations arise out of necessity rather than a person’s wants. It can be […]

Endangered Species Highlight: The Burrowing Owl

May 2nd, 2022; By Sarah Leung

Since European settlers first arrived in Canada, over 100 animal species have disappeared. Those animals have become extinct, meaning that none of those animals live in Canada anymore. When an […]

What is Money Really Worth?

May 2nd, 2022; By Anthony Teles

Why is money so important? These little coins, pieces of paper, and abstract numbers in our bank accounts have played a critical role in civilization. But ultimately, they are just […]

May 2022 Scholarships: Apply now!

May 2nd, 2022; By Anthony Teles

Irene Adler Prize for students pursuing journalism, creative writing, or literature Scholarship Value: $1,000 Awards Available: 1 Award Deadline: May 30, 2022 Address: https://www.lucasaykroyd.com/scholarships   Lime Connect Pathways Scholarship for […]

Helping Others by Crunching Numbers: A Profile of Tax Preparers

May 2nd, 2022; By Anthony Teles

Most people dread income tax time. It means a bevy of paperwork, organization, and possibly money owed to the government. Tax preparers ease that burden by handling the many documents, […]

Breaking Down Barriers – Overcoming the Stereotypes on Skilled Trades

May 2nd, 2022; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

An article in the Toronto Star by economics columnist Heather Scoffield states that there remains to be a significant difference in how men and women are paid in the country. […]

Job Market Challenges & Opportunities for the Differently Abled in the COVID-19 Era

May 2nd, 2022; By Anthony Teles

COVID-19 has devastated the job market. Many workers have been kept at home, and numerous businesses forced to close, while Canada has tried to battle the pandemic. For people who […]