«Community» column

How COVID-19 Provided Conditions for Self-Reflection (French version available)

March 1st, 2022; By Sarah Leung

Two Years of the Pandemic March 2022 marks the two-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic’s large impacts on Canadian life. There have certainly been changes, and now everyone must adjust […]

Come On, Get Happy: 5 Blissful Ways to Mark the International Day of Happiness on March 20

March 1st, 2022; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

What does it take to be happy? Well, this can be a great conversation point, and we have the whole month of March to have this discussion. In fact, March […]

5 Recommendations to Avoid Online School Burnout

February 1st, 2022; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

The necessary transition from in-person classes to online classes to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus in early 2020 came with a unique set of challenges for students. Apart […]

Profiling a Career as a Psychiatrist

February 1st, 2022; By author below

By Olivia Condlln-Wilby For high school graduates, many opportunities lay ahead, including a vast assortment of degree programs and career paths. It’s natural to feel overwhelmed or even intimidated by […]

What Is British Columbia’s Upcoming “Family Connections Hubs” System?

February 1st, 2022; By Sarah Leung

The Current Issues for Children with Disabilities in B.C. Approximately 30,000 children with disabilities across British Columbia are accessing aids. However, this number does not reflect the flaws of the current […]

Toronto’s Deaf Community

January 4th, 2022; By Anthony Teles

As a person of hearing, it can be difficult to fully imagine life otherwise. We can try to picture the life of someone who loses the ability or was born […]

The Importance of Note Takers for Post-Secondary Students with Disabilities

January 4th, 2022; By Sarah Leung

What is Note Taking? Note taking may sound simple, but in the context of post-secondary learning, it can be complicated. In this context, note taking is the process of summarizing […]