Luke Ottenhof is a freelance writer based in Toronto.
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The live-streaming boom proves that accessibility in live music can — and should — be a priority
For disability rights advocates, the shift has presented an exciting but frustrating new reality — and we must continue to knock down barriers.
'That's where our strength lies: empathy.' This New Brunswick artist fights fascism with beadwork
Beads Against Fascism uses beaded pins and jewelry to share messages of and build solidarity with anti-oppression movements.
A new podcast looks at hockey through an inclusive lens — and recasts our national identity
As Changing On The Fly host Aaron Lakoff puts it: "We bring voices from the margin to centre ice."
In this striking true crime podcast, the culprit isn't a person — it's colonialism in Thunder Bay
Why do so many Indigenous youth die here? "Thunder Bay" searches for answers, and it's vital listening for all Canadians.
Over 50 years ago, tragedy struck this Nunavut community. Zacharias Kunuk's new film wants answers
When the people of Kivitoo returned to their community after being displaced by the RCMP, their homes and belongings had been burned and destroyed.
As Toronto changes, art collective Department of Public Memory makes sure we don't forget its past
Clad in navy coveralls and hard hats, the artists install street signs and hold memory-sharing gatherings commemorating fragments of the city's past.
What does it mean to flourish? These artists with disabilities are dismantling assumptions
A new exhibition at Toronto's Tangled Art + Disability gallery is showing the richness of the lives of disability-identified artists.