A tiny homes project out of a Kitchener, Ont., Catholic church is keeping the homeless safe and warm as the region prepares for its first winter of the COVID-19 pandemic.

If the COVID-era has left most Canadians a little more isolated, a little more cut-off from friends and family, the poor among us have experienced that loneliness more acutely than most.

Living in a free country is a privilege some young people take for granted these days, but not Canadian teen Emmanuel Adegboyega.

A new cookbook inspired by the memories of a grandmother’s love, courage and faith is helping to feed hungry Canadians one dish at a time.

It's been a unique start to post-secondary education for many students taking the next step on their educational path in this year of COVID-19.

In a wonderful essay written in 1919, “Das Unheimliche,” Sigmund Freud proposed a theory of the uncanny to explain the sense of unease and even terror that can arise when something presents itself to us as strangely familiar, but not quite.

Mbongeni “Bo” Ndlovu’s scientific journey began, in a sense, when he was a young boy living in Bulawayo, the second-largest city in Zimbabwe.

A high school student whose yearbook tribute to his late grandmother was replaced with a racist message says her legacy of faith is helping him through this challenging time.

Imagine as a university student the sensation at being cited in O, The Oprah Magazine and The Journal of Positive Psychology for a study you designed. 

University campuses are a lot quieter this fall semester as lectures and student club activities have transitioned in large part to the online space.