An organization called the Canadian Association for Equality has raised enough money to fund the first Canadian Centre for Men and Families in Toronto. The organization hopes to be up and running in the coming months to provide help, services and referrals to men in need.
On Nov. 7, the Yale Daily News published a feature on socioeconomic class and campus life. The article stated that the “social gulf between students from low-income families and Yale’s predominately upper-middle-class culture is wide”.
Held once every four years, the World Cup of soccer is the world’s largest sporting competition, drawing hundreds of millions of passionate onlookers.
Just over a week ago, an Ottawa-based non-profit organization — the Rideau Institute — announced plans to hand out white poppies at a local Remembrance Day ceremony. The organization says the white poppies are meant to promote peace and stand as alternative to the red poppy.
A blogs writer for The Telegraph recently wrote a piece criticizing the U.K. government for advocating that computer programming be taught in high schools. The writer dismisses the initiative and labels computer programmers “exceptionally dull weirdo[s].”
Fall Referendum results were released last Wednesday with a remarkably low voter turnout of 15.8 per cent. There is plenty of blame to go around for this dismally low number, but the AMS is the primary culprit.
An Indiegogo campaign that seeks funding to develop anti-rape shorts has created a stir on social media.