Beth Baisch

Nature photographer, photojournalist, qualified Animal Tech, experienced wildlife carer, volunteer educator. Mom to a brood of endangered flying fox orphans, and usually covered in animal hair.



Articles/Stories written by Beth Baisch: 8

Cancel culture gave me my friends

Victims of cancel culture rarely deserve the treatment they receive or the stigma they carry with them. Some of them are genuinely innocent, and many people learn from horrible mistakes.

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Protestors rage outside anti-Semitic food store in Toronto; Doug Ford and Uber Eats respond

Protestors gathered outside an anti-Semitic food store in Toronto on Sunday evening in response to the company’s campaign against Israel and the police.

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BREAKING: Armed man arrested on grounds of Trudeau’s residency

An armed man has been arrested by the RCMP after accessing the Rideau Hall grounds where Prime Minister Trudeau and Gov. Gen Julie Payette reside.

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BREAKING: Protestors flood downtown Toronto over death of George Floyd

Thousands of protestors gathered in downtown Toronto at the corner of Yonge and Bloor to express their anger and anguish over the death of George Floyd.

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New Toronto startup has distributed 100,000 face masks so far during coronavirus crisis

Amid a global shortage for personal protective equipment, Toronto-based startup TakeCare Supply has risen to the challenge. "In a crisis, we did what Canadians do—help.”

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Mental health can't be forgotten during the coronavirus pandemic

Acknowledging mental health as an underlying condition helps us better care for one another now, and will allow us to be better mental-health allies in a post-pandemic world.

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Reconciliation is not dead

Reconciliation, that process of healing from cultural trauma, will not be simple or easy, but it is essential. To declare that it’s dead is to take the easy way out.

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Social justice tried to destroy my social life and I’m thankful

Blood pounded in my ears as I made out the words “racist Nazi.” By the time I got home, I had been banned from the group.

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