Previously Persecuted LGBTQIA+ Community in Ukraine Says It Is Terrified of Russian Invasion

Olena Shevchenko, a Ukrainian LGBTQIA+ rights activist, said the prospect of Russian occupation of Ukraine terrifies her community, which have fled the country. Ukrainian LGBTQIA+ activists face frequent abuse and harassment at the hands of far-right groups. Since the Kremlin … Continue reading Previously Persecuted LGBTQIA+ Community in Ukraine Says It Is Terrified of Russian Invasion

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Celebrating Women’s History Month: Redefining Women’s Wellness in 2022

Women’s Wellness: What it is, what it has been, consumerism and how we should redefine it Sporting a ‘healthy lifestyle’ through wellness practices has been a mode of living for many cultures for decades now. We can remember back to … Continue reading Celebrating Women’s History Month: Redefining Women’s Wellness in 2022

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Russia-Ukraine Conflict: A Comprehensive Overview of the Unfolding War 

The sixth day has passed since the Russian President Vladimir Putin declared war on Ukraine, sparking fierce combat and airstrikes across the nation. According to Ukraine, 352 people have been dead since Russia’s invasion. Russia-Ukraine discussions have begun along the … Continue reading Russia-Ukraine Conflict: A Comprehensive Overview of the Unfolding War 

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An Overview of Australia’s Travel Restrictions Under the Covid-19 Pandemic

The good news made waves on 22nd February 2022 when Australia made the announcement.  To open its borders to international travelers to foreign travelers. Yay! Finally, it said every traveler who is keen to visit the picturesque beauty is accompanied … Continue reading An Overview of Australia’s Travel Restrictions Under the Covid-19 Pandemic

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Canada Grieves the 215 Indigenous Children Found in Mass Grave at British Columbia Residential School

On May 27th, 2021 the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation revealed they had discovered the remains of 215 Indigenous children at Kamloops Indian Residential school in British Columbia. The school never reported the deaths of these children, some of whom … Continue reading Canada Grieves the 215 Indigenous Children Found in Mass Grave at British Columbia Residential School

Québécois Nationalism: Its History and Federal Government’s Responses

In light of the recent 40th and 25th anniversaries of Quebec’s two referendums on sovereignty, which marked the tensest moments in Canada’s modern history, it is imperative to recount the past struggles of the country’s distinct society as well as … Continue reading Québécois Nationalism: Its History and Federal Government’s Responses

The Life of Iconic Avant-Garde Designs of French Designer, Thierry Mugler

Manfred Theirry Mugler breathed his last on 23rd January 2022 at age 73. His death was made known to the world in an announcement in both English and French on his Instagram account. With the caption, “We are devastated to … Continue reading The Life of Iconic Avant-Garde Designs of French Designer, Thierry Mugler