Jordan Vannier, a French citizen who recently became a Canadian permanent resident, makes coffee at the Loophole, a cafe he co-owns in Calgary.
The pandemic has led some people on working holiday visas to apply for permanent residency, while others are going to stick out their two years and head home.
March 31 marks International Transgender Day of Visibility.
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We need to commit to creating safe and inclusive environments for trans and non-binary youth, because when they have those supportive environments, they thrive.
Paris Hilton, front left, is the most visible leader of a movement to crack down on alleged abuses at treatment centers.
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A former student at a therapeutic boarding school, who is now a scholar, explains why she believes a growing outcry is making a difference.
Some Nigerians took to mass looting of warehouses containing COVID-19 food palliatives that were not distributed six months into lockdown.
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In Nigeria, the unmarried, the unemployed, the less educated and those from the northern parts of the country were most susceptible to psychological challenges associated with COVID-19 lockdown.
BBC Three is returning to UK screens.
Despite belief that its demographic watch mostly on-demand through devices, there is logic to bringing BBC 3 back to TV.
Once they turn 18, youth in foster care are required to fend for themselves. This includes finding shelter and services.
The Ontario provincial government announced a moratorium on ending foster care at age 18 during the coronavirus pandemic, but this is due to end on March 31.
Significant reform of youth mental health care in Canada is needed to address the high rates of mental illness in young people.
High rates of youth mental illness show the urgent need for accessible, affordable and research-backed mental health care. It's crucial to include young people's voices in shaping these resources.
Nigerian director Kunle Afolayan speaks with passengers aboard a flight during the premiere of his film, The CEO.
In Lagos, cinema audiences don't go to the movies for the film alone. There's more.
Parents also want to know about safety, side effects and if they’ll still have to wear masks.
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COVID-19 vaccine testing on children is just getting started, and only in adolescents.
First year Western University students Sarah Pignatelli and Mason Shearer wait for a COVID-19 test in London, Ont., on Sept. 19, 2020.
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Media depictions of youth during the pandemic are distorting the actual experiences, practices and attitudes of young adults during COVID-19, as well as the pandemic's impact on them.
Young people don’t pay attention to government communication on COVID-19 because they don’t like being talked at rather than listened to.
Communicators must listen to the frustrations, fears and concerns of young people about COVID-19. Then they need to speak to them like human beings, rather than talk at them.
Young Nigerians display placards in support of the ongoing protests against police brutality.
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With 70 percent of its people under 30 years, Nigeria needs to harness the strength in its youthful population.
Nigerian youths are often stereotyped and harassed by the police for being in possession of a laptop or iPhone.
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They are often framed as lazy and fraudulent and are constantly harassed by the police. Now, it seems they have had enough. We explore what it takes to be a young Nigerian living in Nigeria.
Nigerian youths protest against police brutality.
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Although the Nigerian government has announced the disbanding of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, protesters have not let up. They are now calling for wider reforms.
A group in the secret alleyway after a distribution of reusable masks, hand sanitiser and mealie meal.
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The story map reveals that like any part of society, street youth are both subject to and willing to conform to rules and conventions, in this case for their own and others' safety.
While community transmission remains a challenge, we must understand the effects the pandemic is having on younger adults to design effective public health responses and messaging.
Young people creating a TikTok video in Lithuania.
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An app that young people use to share videos of themselves dancing might seem like a silly diversion, but it's become a powerhouse social media platform.
Young people’s lives in Niger Delta have not improved despite the setting up of development agencies
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Young people's lives in the Niger Delta have not improved because development agencies have been hijacked by local leaders
Black youth suffer the negative effects of programs that bring police and racial discrimination into schools.
Waterloo Region District School Board’s suspension of the Student Resource Officer program is one step toward ending racism in schools but much more still needs to be done.
Is there a genetic switch that can help reverse the aging process?
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Is there a single master gene that controls longevity in all mammals? Or are 'Fountain of Youth' genes little more than a myth?