Gunmen storm Afghan city

April 9, 2015 News Desk 0

Gunmen dressed as police officers have stormed a court complex in  the the Afghan city of Mazar-Sharif, killing 18 and wounding 67 according to unconfirmed reports. Local media outlets are reporting that the fierce gun […]

Representation and Girlhood

April 2, 2015 News Desk 0

French director Celine Sciamma’s latest movie, Girlhood opened on Jan 30 to rave reviews and has made its way to select theatres in Toronto. The film is being heralded for showing a true and nuanced […]

Teachers join students in Montreal protests

April 2, 2015 News Desk 0

Montreal professors, teachers, and city union officials joined students in a protest on April. 2 against new proposed austerity measures. More than 75,000 people attended the rallies, according to organizers. The rally was much more […]

Saying goodbye to Max Khan

April 2, 2015 News Desk 0

Hundreds flocked to the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) centre in Mississauga to pay their respects to Oakville’s Ward 6 Councillor Max Khan on Mar. 30. Khan, 46, died Mar. 29 at Oakville Trafalgar […]

54 dead as Russian fishing trawler sinks

April 2, 2015 News Desk 0

A Russian fishing trawler sank in just minutes in the icy waters of the Pacific ocean near the Kamchatka Peninsula early April 2. As many as 54 of the 132 people on board were killed, rescue workers and investigators said. […]

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