Both the TCDSB and its public counterpart, the TDSB, have found themselves in deficits. The main concern for both boards is that the cuts will come at a cost for students, but TCDSB trustees say that they’re trying to keep the changes as distant from the students as possible.
On a cold Wednesday morning, students marched along Sentinel Road, just a few blocks from York University’s Keele campus, which as of today remains on strike.
For her part, Wynne said, “We are at a moment where there are more people paying attention and so we have to seize that moment and make some gains.”
Several Toronto schools have been forced to close today due to power outages after the GTA was hit with bad weather.
Canada will be following the footsteps of a successful program in the U.K. to launch its first scholarship for aspiring culinary talent.
Picket lines are up and teaching assistants are on strike at all three University of Toronto campuses. On Thursday, a tentative agreement was unanimously approved by CUPE Local 3902 Unit One bargaining team, but the 1,000 Unit One members who attended a meeting Friday voted against it. CUPE Local 3902 represents approximately 6,000 teaching assistants, lab […]
For Ashley Stolk, Ontario’s new health and physical education curriculum came too late. “My mom was never open with me about intercourse,” Stolk said. In 2008, Stolk, then 17, gave birth to her daughter Hailey. “Some (people) think all young moms pawn off their kids to go and party,” she said. “In my case, Hailey […]
For Eden Bridge-Cook winning at public speaking was only a part of the objective. “I’m very passionate about animals,” she said, “so I was happy to share (my views) with everybody.” Eden, a Grade 6 student at Westwood Middle School, in East York, won the 2015 Agnes Macphail Award for her speech on factory farming at the 18th edition of the contest.