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Toronto’s Parkdale neighbourhood now has free wi-fi blasting out there for anyone to use as part of a pilot project we really hope sparks a city-wide initiative.
And who knew the ice-bucket challenge could actually amount to anything? Turns out, Eden did – the $100 million dollars raised by celebrities challenging each other led to some exciting breakthroughs in ALS research.
We’re loving the support Brie Larson is getting about her new role as Captain Marvel, especially after the opposite treatment of Leslie Jones and the rest of the Ghostbusters.
But it’s not all sunshine and lollipops at Ada’s Sisters this week … we have to tell you about the TTC app for harassment on the rails, and two trolls who deserved the backlash they are getting for their horrible posts.
- Apple’s New Emojis Prove Women Can Do More Than Flip Their Hair
- ‘What law am I breaking?’ How a Facebook troll came undone via The Guardian
- Why the TTC Should Rethink Its New App for Harassment | cityscape | Torontoist
- Brie Larson Thanks Fans for ‘Tidal Wave of Support’ After Captain Marvel Casting, Admits She Feared a Backlash
- Remember the ice bucket challenge? It just funded an ALS breakthrough
- This Toronto neighbourhood just got free WiFi for a year
- Instagram Launches Instagram Stories: What They Are, How They Work and How Brands Can Use Them
Tags: instagram stories, TTC harassment, trolls, Captain Marvel, Brie Larson, Parkdale, wifi, toronto, ALS, ice bucket challenge, leslie jones, ghostbusters