Maham Abedi is a news editor and writer with a special interest in breaking news and politics.
She graduated from Ryerson University’s School of Journalism in 2014, and began her career by working as a front page editor for HuffPost Canada.
In her spare time, Maham is usually sitting around coffee shops in Toronto, or at home watching terrible TV shows.
Japan takes the top spot with the country’s passport-holders being able to access 189 other nations without a visa. Continue reading →
The move is a reversal of an Obama-era law from 2015, which prohibited some sports hunting practices in Alaska’s national preserves. Continue reading →
The 63-year-old substitute teacher, Cynthia Tisdale, was killed in a shooting at Santa Fe High School. Continue reading →
In a Facebook post Sunday, St. Joseph’s Hospice thanked the newlyweds for the thoughtful gesture. Continue reading →
The images were captured by photographer Alexi Lubomirski at Windsor Castle. Continue reading →
A Friday morning shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas left 10 dead. Continue reading →
The plane crashed moments after taking off from José Martí International Airport in the Cuban capital of Havana on its way to the tourist hotspot of Holguin, Cuban state media reported. Continue reading →
Researchers at McGill University and the Vancouver School of Economics have some bad news for Canadians living in big cities. Continue reading →
A survey is suggesting that understanding of what consent means has fallen among Canadians in the past few years. Continue reading →
A list of more than 4,000 beaches and marinas around the world was complied by the Foundation for Environmental Education. Continue reading →
While some progress has been made, some key issues involving the auto sector and sunset clause remain unsolved. Continue reading →
The custom Lamborghini Huracan was signed by the Pope. Continue reading →
Doctors told the police department that the baby’s life was saved thanks to the officer. Continue reading →
Facebook has not revealed which apps have been suspended, or when further information on them will be available. Continue reading →
The method is dubbed a “dolphin attack,” because the water creatures can hear sounds that humans often cannot. Continue reading →