A cartoon published in Wednesday’s edition of l’Acadie Nouvelle, an independent French-language newspaper in New Brunswick, is causing a social media outcry.
In 2021 and 2022, almost half of people in Canada (47%) reported having a strong sense of belonging to their community. This percentage was lower among young people aged 15 to 34 (ranging from 37% to 44%) and the LGBTQ2+ population (36%), among other groups.
TikTok’s audience in Canada has skyrocketed. It’s already bigger than Snapchat’s and will overtake Twitter’s next year to become the third most used social network in the country. Understanding what makes TikTok resonate with users is crucial to reaching audiences and driving sales from the platform.
Digital payments have been steadily climbing in popularity for years. And given that the trend is not expected to abate anytime soon, the Bank of Canada (BoC) is now considering the creation of a central bank digital currency (CBDC).
Post, like, share, comment – social media platforms never run out of new posts for you to interact with. But how does constantly scrolling through a never-ending feed of posts impact your health?