Post Tagged with: "Heritage"

Being a black Caribbean woman in Canada

Being a black Caribbean woman in Canada

Kiera Spronk explains what it means to be black Caribbean, just in time for black history month.

by Kiera Spronk· · News, Opinion, Voices
Rebecka Calderwood and her Oma Elizabeth (Rebecka Calderwood / Ryersonian Staff)

Digging up their roots

Rebecka: Latvia On April 7, 1915, my Oma Elizabeth was born in Latvia. During the Second World War, she fled to Canada with her husband, Mikelis, to start a new life. With only one grandparent left, I want to preserve my heritage. I decided to dig up my roots in Latvia. When I landed in Latvia’s capital, Riga, I found […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Features
Sign experts slam Ryerson’s excuses

Sign experts slam Ryerson’s excuses

Toronto and East York community council was debating the fate of the iconic Sam The Record Man sign Tuesday, in the midst of contradictory information about how much it would cost to safely reinstall it. The iconic sign, created by brothers Sam and Jack Markle, was installed over 40 years ago and was taken down after the record store closed […]

by Kim Brown· · News, On Campus
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