I Kid You Not
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a grade 11 student.
On 18th April 2020, Canada witnessed one of its worst-ever mass shootings. The killer, Gabriel Wortman managed to take the lives of 22 innocent people and set fires at 16 various locations, in…
People in Hong Kong are protesting – but what for? Is it for democracy, or rights? Do you know if Hong Kong a part of China? Or who rules there?
Written by Aarav Singh, a grade 5 student.
It all started when I put my Percy Jackson book on the bedside. I got up to switch the light off. Coming back to the bed, my head instantly hit the pillow. Soon not knowing what was happening, my head started spinning and the dream started…
Written by Rohina Mahadik, a grade 10 student.
Often, we relate the term bankrupt only with individuals. While it is true that individuals do go bankrupt, the definition of the term refers to both people and organizations…
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