«Community» column

Remote Learning for Post-Secondary Students with Disabilities: Is It Helpful? (French version available)

May 2nd, 2022; By Sarah Leung

Now in our third year of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada, different forms of learning provide students with a simultaneous feeling of accessibility and restriction. Some people may prefer online […]

Canada Mental Health Week 2022

May 2nd, 2022; By Mara Hurst

This year, Canada Mental Health Week runs from May 2nd to May 8th. This annual awareness week discusses the topic of mental illness and mental health. It draws attention to […]

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 […]

The Inclusivity of Young People’s Theatre

May 2nd, 2022; By Anthony Teles

The Young People’s Theatre in Toronto, Ontario was formed in 1966 with the goal of bringing high-quality productions to the stage for children to enjoy. Since then, they have brought […]

Protecting Your Mental Health in Times of Crises (French version available)

April 1st, 2022; By Tiffany Chang

Open discussions about mental health and efforts to destigmatize it have drastically increased over the past few years, with prioritizing your state of mind being communicated as an integral part […]

Navigating Anxiety & Reduced Restrictions (French version available)

April 1st, 2022; By Elora Pharai

After two long, agonizing years, there seems to be a light at the long, dark tunnel that is the COVID-19 pandemic. While there are still some positive cases, the government […]

Addressing Disability Representation in Canadian Media (French version available)

April 1st, 2022; By Sarah Leung

How Should Disabilities be Addressed? There are two types of language that are primarily used when describing disabilities: person-first language and identity-first language. In Canada, person-first language has been used […]