A virtual night of protest performance art.Read Article
Panelists announced for Catch & Release Fundraiser in Support of Sistering (Reserve your spot before it’s too late!)
A tremendous catalyst for timely and urgent conversations.Read Article
“I discovered that I had been working so hard to have a relationship with something that simply did not work for me, my body, or my spirit.”Read Article
Short film ‘The Sewing Army’ beautifully captures the grit and determination of 3500 volunteers across Canada
“Over the course of filming this project the over 3,500 volunteers in The Sewing Army in less than 3 months collectively produced over 85,000 masks, scrub caps and gowns for front line and essential workers.”Read Article
What We’ll Be Watching: Sam Jay’s 1-Hour Netflix Comedy Special ‘3 In The Morning’ premieres August 4
“I got a Netflix special coming out, Aug 4, you fucking bitches.”Read Article
“There needs to be a culture shift in law firms and the practice of law in general. Retaining women and BIPOC lawyers in law shouldn’t be lip service because it’s finally trending on social media.”Read Article
Toronto Hit List Virtual Edition: Question Everything Trivia, Colour Me Quarantine, The Eco Lifestyle Market & more!
Here’s what’s happening in Toronto online this week!Read Article
You’re Invited: Premiere Event for ‘Catch & Release’, based on Pulitzer Prize-nominated play ‘Keely and Du’
Register now to reserve your spot for the event on Monday July 13.Read Article
Lavazza Drive-In Film Festival arrives at Ontario Place July 20th with a special focus on Italian cinema
Romantic, convenient, and with a lakeside breeze.Read Article
Toronto Makeup Artist Compiles Directory of BIPOC Beauty Brands and sends open letter to Holt Renfrew, Shoppers Drug Mart, Nordstrom & MORE
“It’s one of those things that now that I see it, I can’t stop seeing it.”Read Article
Toronto Hit List Virtual Edition: The Fringe Collective, Toronto Online Art Fair, 80s Mixtape Dance Party & more!
Here’s what’s happening online in Toronto this week.Read Article
“There’s a new dawn coming for Indigenous film.”Read Article
“My whole life, I’ve run away from pain. My instinct is to chug wine when I’m feeling bad. I have to pause to not do that, and lean into the pain.”Read Article
Join us for an evening of reflection, restoration, and rejuvenation.Read Article
When it comes to sexual assault, who you gonna call? Not the Police! Imagining alternatives for a better future.
If we took the mass amounts of money that currently fund the police forces and instead invested it in nurse examiners who specialize in sexual assault, outreach workers, social workers, and trauma-informed investigators, we could actually do right by survivors.Read Article