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On the Record – Ep.4 – Can Toronto Artists Leverage the Pandemic to Make the Industry More Liveable?
In this episode of On the Record we spoke to Toronto artists, arts workers and a mental health counsellor to discuss the fragile state of the art scene in Toronto and what needs to be done to save it.
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How trading apps introduced millions to the risk of the stock market
Once seen as a quick way to make some extra cash, trading apps now hold addictive qualities and can be perceived more like gambling than investing, especially if used incorrectly.…
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Racialized students face higher risk of food insecurity
Lack of access to nutritious foods can lead to deteriorating mental health, and performance
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Is Toronto allocating too much of its budget to policing and not enough to the community?
The Toronto Police Service is projected to get an increase in funding, concerning social justice advocates
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I was evicted during the pandemic
In the summer following the first lockdown, I lost my job and got evicted all in a matter of weeks
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How the pandemic positively impacted student saving, spending and investing
The COVID-19 pandemic is known to some as the great equalizer, but to others a device for further wealth inequality