CJF Black Women's Fellow
Ashleigh-Rae is a 2022 Canadian Journalism Foundation's Black Women's Fellow at CBC News. She has previously worked at Toronto Star and has written for Yahoo and Global News. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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How Netflix's The Good Nurse flips the script on the true crime genre
The Netflix production stars Jessica Chastain as Amy Loughren, a New Jersey nurse who learns her close friend and co-worker is a serial killer. It debuts Oct. 26 on Netflix.
Carly Rae Jepsen knows what it feels like to be lonely and taps into it for new album
Carly Rae Jepsen's newest album, The Loneliest Time, was written during the early days of the pandemic, when some things felt uncertain.
Canadian TikToker goes viral with 12-hour rap tribute to Coolio
A Toronto woman named Tiana went viral last week for her tribute to late rapper Coolio, rapping the lyrics to his hit, Gangsta's Paradise on a TikTok live for 12 hours straight and garnering more than eight million views.