Although Peel Regional police reports show a decrease in domestic violence this year, the director of Family Services of Peel says that for every 20 reported cases, there are another 40 unreported cases.View More Police Reports Do Not Tell True Scale of Domestic Violence
Marginalized in community less likely to contact authorities despite intimate partner violence.View More Beaten and Almost Killed, Why Many Domestic Abuse Survivors Never Contact Police?
In Brampton, and more generally in Peel region, Canadians need to curb their desire to gather. Unless we take public health guidelines more seriously, the worst of COVID-19 may yet lie ahead, writes Surjit Flora.View More “Our Touchy-Feely Instincts are Doing Us In”
Canadian book publishers and literature supporters say diverse stories written by emerging writers can increase readership and are vital for enhancing Canada’s publishing industry. Five industry experts led a panel discussion during a session titled…View More Diverse Stories Boost the Industry: Book Publishers
Focusing on developing immigrants’ soft skills may be one solution to increasing the hiring and retention of newcomers in the workplace. This was just one of several strategies to come out of discussions on the…View More ‘Soft Skills’: A Major Barrier to Retaining Work
Unlike those in the Toronto and York districts, the Peel District School Board’s (PDSB) schools have taken a proactive approach in creating a 14-page sex-education guide for parents in the Peel region based on the…View More Peel Region Releases Sex-Ed Guide for Parents
Diana Nayel immigrated to Toronto from Sweden with her sister in June 2012, leaving behind all things familiar. She started her first day of Grade 5 at Toronto’s Westway Junior School in the city’s west…View More Immigrant Youth Struggle to ‘Fit In’ at School