Vaishna has a bachelor’s of arts in communications and a bachelor’s of law. Some of her coverage interests include travel, climate change, and minority issues. She is currently a journalism master’s student at New York University.
May 9, 2022
Toronto Resident Sues the City Over Financial Opposition to Quebec’s Bill 21
Toronto’s financial opposition to Quebec legislation Bill 21 ensued in a lawsuit over the merits of taxpayer funds for other jurisdictions.
March 15, 2022
Durkin v. Marlan: How a Journalist’s Article Landed Her in a Legal Battle
When covering the case of a local lawsuit, a Capital Daily journalist found herself in a suit for defamation and privacy tort.
December 15, 2021
A Cancer Survivor’s Mission To Help Others
(MISSISSAUGA, Canada)– In 2017, Navneet Sharma, now 41, began treatment for breast cancer. As she underwent chemotherapy, she and her […]
December 14, 2021
Toronto Rental Prices Are On The Rise
(TORONTO, Canada)– As life in Toronto slowly shifts back to normal with universities, restaurants, offices, and the American border reopening, […]
December 13, 2021
Media Coverage of Demisexuality Boosts Visibility of the Community
A short profile on the demisexual community after a surge in demisexual media coverage.