Lakeshore Life 

Humber debuts student documentary on mental health and addiction

Sydnee Walcott, Life Reporter Life isn’t always perfect. Some people however fall into the abyss and it becomes a struggle to return. Students in the Journalism Degree and Police Foundation programs at Humber College’s Lakeshore campus launched their documentary, The Struggle Back, on March 21, of those overcame the challenges of their mental health issues and addictions. The individuals in… More
A&E City News 

LGBTQ+ Gamers aim to change the gaming landscape

Amy Chen Arts Reporter Right at the Church and Wellesley Streets intersection, across from the delicious brew of DavidsTEA and nestled between food fit for heroes and a bar that adores Absolut Vodka, is the Glad Day Bookshop. Every other week, a group of geeks and gamers of all stripes gather at the bookstore as if it’s their hearth and… More

OPINION: Cellphone ‘addiction’ is just a need to connect

By Neha Lobana In a recent study conducted by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, data revealed that one in five young adults show “problematic” use of electronic devices. Researchers discovered that 19 per cent of young adults aged 18 to 29 experience moderate to severe problematic use of electronic devices, including smartphones, laptops, tablets and video game consoles.… More

EDITORIAL: Big companies should cover mental health

In ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Indian writing, mental illnesses were treated as a supernatural phenomenon where it was believed a form of punishment from the gods or a demonic possession. We may not have progressed as far as we think. A former medical student from University of Saskatchewan is now facing a lawsuit from Royal Bank of Canada for… More