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Leah Borts-Kuperman


How To Reclaim Working Class Joy In The Face Of Big Alcohol

An interview with “Drinking Up the Revolution” Author James Wilt
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Bars Behind Bars: Restorative Justice Program Connects Incarcerated People To Music Industry

Innovative prison arts program Pros and Cons helps people find work and purpose in creating music

Toronto Death Doula Carmen Galvan Supports BIPOC In Grief

Galvan explains what it means to help people die well, and why she started these monthly meetings for venting and grieving.

Creator makes DIY cardboard model kits of beloved Toronto establishments

Little Locals Co. first series focuses on famous Canadian bars and pubs like Sneaky Dee’s

In conversation with child and youth care practitioner, accessibility consultant and artist Shay Erlich

Shay Erlich talks disability justice in the GTA, Cyborg Circus and medical assistance in dying in Canada

Q&A: Non-Binary Superstar Teiya Kasahara Transforms Canadian Opera

A new generation of Canadian genderqueer opera singers, activists and self-proclaimed “shit-disturbers” make their voices heard

#CripRitual gallery experience creates space for connection

Critical Design Lab’s multi-site participatory art exhibit explores disability culture and ritual

Leading Classical Music Companies in Toronto Value International Talent Over Homegrown

Why are the leaders of the Canadian Opera Company and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra not Canadian?