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foster child first to lead local Children’s Aid

Former foster child first to lead local Children’s Aid in 126-year history – Jane Kovarikova, Contributor to the Toronto Star

The province parented me on-and-off from age six to 16, when I elected to leave foster care a couple years earlier than normal. This decade was gruelling and soul crushing, peppered with the odd bright spots. But it has given me a unique insight into the foster care system and its impact on my life. […]

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Islamophobia

Students, teachers, parents feel the sting of Islamophobia in Peel schools. They share their stories

The Toronto Star reported: “Three months after an education ministry review raised concerns of Islamophobia in Peel schools and some two weeks after the board placed a school principal on leave for alleged “xenophobic and racist” comments, students, teachers and parents have come forward to share their experiences”.

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Toronto filmmaker’s short film on COVID-19 acts as a PSA for those not taking pandemic seriously

Blog TO reports on a short film for life in the time of COVID-19. Toronto filmmaker Brandon Mohan has spent his time in quarantine working on his latest project, a short film about the coronavirus outbreak, After-19.  “As news spread of COVID-19 and some people not taking it seriously, I thought it would be a

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