By Talha Hashmani. Satellite images show a build up of over 250 concentration camps. Chinese census data show nearly 1.3 million Uyghurs have been sent to “reeducation and transformation centres” from 2014 to 2019. And reports of forced sterilization of close to 80 per cent of Uyghur women. And yet, Canada lags behind the Western world in considering China’s actions towards the Uyghur population a genocide.
By Talha Hashmani: COVID-19 cases are rising. In an effort to curb an increase in cases, Ontario has announced additional restrictions midst a current stay-at-home order.
By Talha Hashmani. Ryerson is home to a large Marxist student population as well as a growing Conservative group. drive their cause, which at times can co-exist with one another but effectively remain as intangible like water and oil.
By Nick Parker and Talha Hashmani: Amid confusion over Ontario’s new Covid-19 restrictions, Burnout Digital break down everything you need to know about the new stay-at-home orders.
Moral wrongfulness at the centre of Alek Minassian’s trial, as final deliberations mark end of another week.
By Talha Hashmani. Final deliberations by both the defence and Crown counsels marked the end of the fourth week of trial for Alek Minassian, accused of perpetrating the 2018 van attack in Toronto.
Minassian had an initial target of 100 people and knew his attack was morally wrong, says psychiatrist.
By Talha Hashmani. Minassian told the Crown’s psychiatrist that he was very happy and excited that people were watching the news and talking about what he had done
By Talha Hashmani. Dating is forbidden, seen as a cultural abomination. But a brave few rebel against such dogma, paving the way towards a revolution for individual choice and freedom.
By Talha Hashmani. Dr. Alexander Westphal, an associate professor of psychiatry at the Yale school of medicine and the star expert witness for Alek Minassian’s defence counsel, took to the stand this week.
By Talha Hashmani. It’s another weeknight for me, straining my eyes against the blue glare of my laptop screen. An open can of Redbull sits beside a stack of papers left carelessly on my desk. It’s my third caffeinated drink of the day and I can feel my head throbbing, begging me to go back to sleep. But I can’t. Can I? I would love to if I could.
By Talha Hashmani. From an orange jumpsuit to a black blazer, Alek Minassian attended day 10 of his trial today.