‘What a year, what a season’: Racer Samantha Tan caps off the 2021 season with 6 championship titles
Canadian racer Samantha Tan recently thanked her team on Instagram as she capped off the 2021 season with six championship titles.
Incredible season: Tan, 23, shared the achievement on Monday when she listed the titles she won during the 2021 season, including Overall GT Teams Champion, Overall GT Drivers Champion, GT4 Class Team Champion, GT4 Class Drivers Champion, GT Junior Cup and GT Ladies Cup, according to her post.
A Sri Lankan grandma has just earned her master’s degree from a Canadian university at the age of 87.
Just a number: Varatha Shanmuganathan received her political science degree from York University on Nov. 2, becoming the oldest person to do so in the university’s history, reported CNN.
A Canadian provincial court has found a man guilty of attacking a 15-year-old Chinese Canadian boy at a local park over a year ago.
The verdict: During a one-day trial on Nov. 3, Saskatoon provincial court gave 41-year-old Todd Weber a suspended sentence and 18-months probation over assault charges, reported CBC.
Five hikers were walking along a trail in British Columbia, Canada, when they were alerted that two men had slipped off a rock and fallen into a pool just before the rapids below.
Quick thinking: On Oct. 11, Kuljinder Kinda, a Sikh electrician from Punjab, India, and his friends were hiking in Golden Ears Provincial Park when a group ahead told them to call for help, NBC News reported.
Canadian authorities are now treating the suspicious death of a 23-year-old Indian immigrant taxi driver as a homicide after he was found severely injured inside his home last weekend.
What happened: On Sunday, the victim was found with life-threatening injuries inside an apartment building on Robie Street in Truro, Nova Scotia, according to CBC. He was on his way home where he lived with his sister and her husband.
A Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officer accused of abusing a woman suffering from a mental health crisis in Kelowna, British Columbia, last year was finally charged with assault last week.
What happened: Mona Wang, a nursing student at the University of British Columbia, was having a panic attack on Jan. 20, 2020 when her boyfriend called the police to request a wellness check. Constable Lacy Browning responded to the call, but instead of taking Wang to a hospital, she allegedly abused her physically and emotionally.
Canadian scooter-riding woman repeatedly racially abuses POC and children, zeroes in on Asian family
A woman riding a mobility scooter at a park in Ontario, Canada was captured on film publicly berating an Asian family with racist taunts.
Scooter Karen: The still unidentified offender has been nicknamed “Racist Mobility Scooter Karen” online after footage of her tirade in Port Perry was uploaded on TikTok by user @_rabioli and was shared on Instagram by user crazykarens.
The Canadian province of British Columbia is launching its first-ever public inquiry on the surge of anti-Asian incidents amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
What to know: The city of Vancouver reported more anti-Asian hate crimes than 10 of the most populous U.S. cities combined in 2020. For this reason, the city has been infamously dubbed the “Anti-Asian Hate Crime Capital of North America.”
A Filipino father of four died while rescuing his autistic son from drowning in a lake in British Columbia’s Fraser Valley.
Family tragedy: Arnulf Salazar, 53, drowned on July 17 after swimming after his non-verbal 10-year-old son Zac who drifted into deeper water at Chehalis Lake, reported CTV News.
A 16-year-old is set to become the youngest student to graduate from the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Arts & Sciences in at least 40 years.
An unconventional path: Vivian Xie, who found the last four years of her university life to be “pretty normal,” is double majoring in both biology and cell and molecular biology. She plans on pursuing a master’s degree in applied immunology at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine this fall, reported CBC.
‘I Have 3 Kids, They Can’t Go to Sleep’: Asian Family Vandalized, Harassed by Teens for DAYS in Canada
A Chinese Canadian family has lived in fear for nearly a month since a group of teenagers began following them and targeting their home in Oakville, Ontario.
What happened: Charles Wu says it all started on June 4, when he and his wife went for an after-dinner stroll and came across a group of teens. When they got back, one of their children — who was in the house — saw someone following them and called their attention.
A man and a woman are both facing mischief charges for allegedly assaulting an Asian coffee shop manager in Richmond, British Columbia.
The incident: Suspects Astrid Maria Secreve and Michel Jean-Jacque Berthaume allegedly hurled racial slurs at Nikki, the manager of Rocanini Coffee Roasters coffee shop in Steveston, on March 29, reported Vancouver Sun.