Canada’s identity as a northern nation has largely been shaped by the Group of Seven’s depictions of an uninhabited Canadian North. But an exhibit at Ryerson’s Modern Literature and Culture (MLC) Gallery is attempting to break down this northern narrative, which it says disregards Canada’s Inuit communities.
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Sarah Henstra, Toronto author and Ryerson literature professor, won the Governor General’s Literary Award for English-language fiction, earlier this week. She nabbed the celebrated prize for her adult fiction debut, The Red Word, winning over more established literary heavyweights, such as Miriam Toews and Rawi Hage.
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Hana Shafi vividly remembers the day she argued with her mom about waxing her unibrow. Courtesy of Hana Shafi “I begged her, fought with her, and I even wrote her…
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It’s finally December! What better way to welcome the holiday season then by going out an exploring the wonderful events happening in the city. 1.Treasure Island Treasure Island opens tonight! You…
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In honour of World Kindness Day on Nov.13, Ryerson Student Life wrapped up their #RUKind campaign on Nov.18 which included 5 days of prize giveaways to students along with on campus activities…