A young girl from Swift Current, Sask., had waited three years for a life-saving bowel transplant. Just over a week ago, she got it. Her positivity became an overnight sensation on TikTok in 2021, after her mother posted a video of her drawing a fox for a short story.
Experts say that although international students are particularly vulnerable to Canada's housing and affordability issues, they're increasingly being blamed for worsening these problems and could face a cap on their entry into the country as a result.
As inflation continues to put pressure on the cost of just about everything — from food to clothes to school supplies — Canadians across the country are preparing for the back-to-school season by turning to second-hand options as a way to save money.