From Damascus to Beirut, Edmonton to Ottawa, Rasha has spent the past three years running away from violence. While she has made a new life for herself in Canada, she still mourns all she had to leave behind in Syria.
Canada’s indigenous communities look to the future with hope and optimism.
At the doors of a November Carleton University board of governors meeting, Charlatan reporter Erica Giancola was greeted by university security officers clutching a sheet with her name and photo.
Three decades after HIV-AIDS became a household word, the stigma persists, even though it is not necessarily a deadly diagnosis anymore.
Servers, hairdressers, bartenders and other service-industry workers who rely on tips should soon be able to pocket all of their hard-earned cash. “This has been a long time coming,” said Amanda Chachel, a nursing student who works in an Ottawa restaurant where her bosses take a portion of her tips. Chachel was reacting to news that the Ontario legislature is expected to hold a final vote next week on a bill that would protect tips...