There are a growing number of cases, showing evidence of immunocompromised COVID-19 patients accelerating viral evolution.
One of Toronto’s most recognizable faces in news, Farah Nasser is an award-winning journalist, bringing extensive experience to her role as anchor on Global News at 5:30 & 6.
Nasser’s status as a trusted journalist with a strong political background – having covered elections at every government level – has earned her the opportunity to moderate key political debates, including the main 2018 Ontario provincial election debate, and the only broadcast 2018 Toronto mayoral debate.
Providing viewers across the GTA much needed clarity for nearly two decades, she was on the ground reporting during major events such as the Toronto van attack, the G20 Summit in 2010 and the “Toronto 18” terror trials.
Nasser has been praised for furthering public discourse with her thought-provoking reporting and motivational speaking. She created notable buzz on social media as the force behind #FirstTimeIWasCalled and #LivingInColour, two digital series’ exploring the experiences of marginalized peoples; she similarly received plaudits for her TEDx talk titled “The Power of Intellectual Humility”.
She is also a back-to-back winner of the RTNDA Sam Ross Award for her viral commentaries 93 Killed a Day at the Barrel of a Gun (2018) and What if the fighting in Aleppo was happening in Toronto? (2017); the latter story was viewed 3.5 million times and used as a teaching aid in schools to explain the Syrian conflict.
Nasser began her career with Rogers TV before accepting a position with Newstalk 1010, where she worked her way up to a reporting role. After landing this first major reporting gig, Nasser went on to hold various roles with Toronto 1, A-Channel News, Citytv, and CP24 before joining Global News.
A graduate of Ryerson University’s Radio and Television Arts program, she also attended the University of Westminster in London, England and later interned for CNN in New Delhi, India.
When not reporting on the day’s headlines, Nasser spends her time volunteering in the community. She serves as a mentor for CivicAction, a non-profit that brings together senior and emerging leaders from diverse backgrounds. Nasser regularly speaks at community events and has worked with organizations such as Journalists for Human Rights, the Aga Khan Foundation and the Economic Club of Canada.
Nasser lives in Toronto with her husband and her two young kids. She can often be found looking for hidden gems around the city, having dance parties with her kids, or doing Pilates.
Canada had an affordable housing problem pre-pandemic. Now, among all the other issues created by COVID-19, advocates say there is an eviction crisis.
Tens of thousands of wellness checks are done by police every year in Canada. High-profile cases of those needing help ending up dead have renewed calls for new ways to respond.
Dr. Rick Bright is one of the many who contribute to the memorial created by Washington artist Suzanne Firstenberg.
This county, like so many others in the United States of America, is divided — but this small working class community is different and both candidates know it.
‘He called Peel police for help, and they came here and crucified him… two minutes in the house and two gunshots to his chest.’
Surprisingly, the toughest part of self-isolation hasn’t been being locked in the house, Farah Nasser says. It has been taking care of small kids while working.
TTC CEO Rick Leary said he stayed in the office to guide senior staff, unlike his predecessor Andy Byford who would usually face angry riders during large-scale situations.
“Everybody in the hospital cried, that’s what I can tell you — even the nurses, the doctors, whoever was in the hospital.”
Campbell said politicians have to have respectful “adult conversation” about difficult issues like western alienation, climate change and equalization payments.
Here are some places offering ‘pop-up’ strike camps across the province in the event of a strike on Monday.
From Where I Stand: Rebuilding Indigenous Nations for a Stronger Canada is focused on Indigenous reconciliation and abolishing the Indian Act.
Margaret Trudeau, now a mental health advocate, is bringing her one-woman show to a Toronto stage as part of the Just for Laughs comedy festival.
Bianca credits her parents for her success and said her mom is who she wants to be when she grows up.
Our trip was a worst case situation (night is day, day is night).