By: Ellaha Salehy Yukon recently took a progressive leap and extended health care coverage to include more surgeries and procedures, most notably including changes to the body to match an individuals’ identity. According to CBC, this seems to portray Yukon as a more socially progressive territory than the provinces and signals growth for Canada as … More Yukon Puts Out New Gender Inclusive Policy
By: Francesca Chernous Trigger Warning: discussions about suicide On March 7, 2021, Oprah Winfrey interviewed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, which provided some insight into The Royal Family in Britain. The couple officially left their royal duties last March. They now live in Canada with their son, Archie. One of the most crucial things that … More “I Just Didn’t Want To Be Alive Anymore” Harry and Meghan’s Explosive Interview With Oprah
By: Vida Adair Matus Was there a specific moment or time that you realized you wanted to be a teacher? Somewhere around grade 11 or 12 when I had to decide what I was going to do next. I looked at all the jobs I had up to that point and I was always the … More Teachers of FHCI: Ms. Neumann
The Falcon’s Nest is the newest way to be in the know about everything happening at FHCI, brought to you by members of the student council! March Broadcast:
By: Maha Omer Why did you decide to run for grade 9 rep? I decided to run for grade 9 rep because going into Forest Hill I only knew a few people, and I thought this was the perfect opportunity to put myself out there to meet new people. I knew especially this year it … More Humans of FHCI: Samara Golger, Grade 9 Rep
By: Daria Draskovic International Women’s Day falls on March 8th, every year. However, this event is more than just a date. It represents the millions of women around the world fighting for gender equality, and recognizes the amazing contributions women have brought to all fields of society. This all started in the early 1900s, a … More International Women’s Day: History, Meaning, and the Continuing Fight for Equality
By Cagla Hatun Arslan, Tatiana Clarke, Gabriela Ribeiro-Oliveira A victim. George Floyd was a victim. There is no “but”. There is no explanation for his murder. There is nothing to doubt about his character. There is no excuse for George Floyd’s death. Stories of victims have been told, and that is not recent. There is … More Op-Ed: Confronting Injustice Beyond Black Squares
In a time of Covid-19, Sutton Hull interviews various versions of… himself?
Forest Hill has the best staff! Check out these awesome videos that they have put together for you, the students!
One comic strip memoir and two video diaries that glimpse into student life under lockdown. Neta’s comic memoir Tatiana’s video diary Carolina’s video diary
Hey Forest Hill! In attempt to spread light and positivity during these times, student council has been planning initiatives to help out 🙂 Enjoy!! #weareinthistogether #stayathome
By: Tatiana C. What is a hidden talent or skill of yours? I am a jazz percussionist. It is the ultimate source of meditation. What were you before you became a teacher? I continue to be a playwright, a librettist, a songwriter, a musician, an undercover cop, a music critic, a dance maker, a … More Teachers of FHCI: Ms. Roca
By: Madison A. and Emma K. How long have you guys been dating? Evan: About two and a half years How did you guys meet? Abby: We were in the same Math and English class in Grade 9 How did you start dating? Evan: Abby decided we were dating Abby: I made the first move … More Couples of FHCI: Abby and Evan
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By: Riley G. and Jacqueline F. There’s nothing better to do in the winter than bake a nice warm treat! Bake these delicious brownies in just 35 minutes!! We hope you will love them as much as we do! Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 25 minutes Total Time: 35 minutes Servings: 16 brownies INGREDIENTS 1/2 cup unsalted butter melted and slightly … More Recipes: Valentine’s Day Brownies
By: Chris G. and Owen M. Grade 12 is one of the most stressful school years, as students work on gaining their credentials for post-secondary programs. Many prestigious programs require averages upwards of 90%. Achieving such grades requires a lot of effort, right? Well, not for everyone. Most students toil many hours with their heads … More Grades: Earned or Bought?