Author: Jacob White

Some hot takes before the NFL Playoffs

We have finally made it to the end of another NFL season. This one was the longest season ever, so there was bound to be craziness happening all over, from record-setting seasons such as T.J Watt tying Michael Strahan’s NFL single-season sack record to historic upsets like the Jacksonville Jaguars upsetting the Indianapolis Colts and […]

“Let’s go Joe!”: How Democrats look to Biden to take back the presidency and the “soul of the nation” (Feb 2020)

Joe Biden held a rally on Sunday, Feb 9, in the quaint town of Hudson, New Hampshire two days before voting in the New Hampshire primary. New Hampshire is a state full of small towns loosely connected with winding gravel roads that travel through forests with little to no electrical light. While there are many […]

Autism Funding Changes Causing Fear Amongst Many (April 2019)

Some significant changes are coming to Ontario. With changes in programs such as OSAP funding and Health care, some people are feeling that their world has been turned upside down. That is the same for parents with youth who have autism. On February 6, Minister of Children, Community and Social Services Lisa MacLeod outlined some […]

Josh Allen: Pro Bowl Snub But Future MVP?

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen has been defying the odds for the entirety of his football career. From Firebaugh, California, to junior college at Reedly to the University of Wyoming and then being drafted seventh overall in the 2018 NFL Draft, Allen has faced criticism and doubt from many in the football world. He was […]

Bernie Event at Union Hall Highlights Employee Standoff With State (Feb 2020)

Voters attending a Sen. Bernie Sanders rally Saturday at SIU/SEIU Local 1984 union hall in Concord, NH, walked past a large sign reading “Fair Contract Now, Gov Sununu.” Media and others from outside of the state may not know that it responds to an almost year-long battle between state employees and New Hampshire Governor Chris […]

Humber Program Easing Fears For New Students (March 2019)

When a student transitions from high school to a post-secondary institution, it can be intimidating. It can be a source of anxiety and depression, and it’s getting worse. According to the American College Health Association, in 2016, 15% of the students in Ontario were treated for depression. This is a significant increase over the 10% […]

Scotiabank Arena to host Toronto Kids Vaccine Day

Scotiabank Arena in Downtown Toronto will be hosting a special vaccine clinic on Sunday, December 12, as part of Toronto Kids Vaccine Day. The event, designed to celebrate “Toronto’s youngest community health superheroes”, will be run by “Team Toronto”, including Toronto Public Health and SickKids Hospital. “Toronto Kids Vaccine Day is all about bringing some […]

Why jumping off the Buffalo Bills bandwagon now is ridiculous

Coming into this past weekend’s game against the Indianapolis Colts, the Buffalo Bills appeared to be back on track. After losing to the Tennessee Titans in a heartbreaker, they alternated wins and losses against the Jacksonville Jaguars and Miami Dolphins before destroying the New York Jets. The Jets win was their most convincing win since […]

FIFA delegation visits Toronto to evaluate potential as 2026 World Cup host site

A FIFA delegation is in Toronto today as it works to determine which cities will be selected to host games during the 2026 World Cup. Toronto is on a shortlist of 23 potential host sites in Canada, Mexico and the United States for the 2026 FIFA World Cup. As part of the North America United […]