It’s lunch time at York Mills Collegiate Institute. Students looking to satisfy their cravings head to nearby York Mills Shopping Centre. But instead of a pick-me-up, John Joo says, the hungry students get picked apart internally by the fast food served at the plaza.
On Oct. 10 at around 6 p.m. the RCMP in Port Coquitlam, B.C., received an ominous phone call.
After years of academic research, intense media scrutiny and rowdy debates, Toronto’s first Africentric high school class has launched in Scarborough — with six students.
Grade 12 students Matthew Ho and Asad Muhammad recently made headlines for sending a helium-filled balloon into the upper atmosphere. Attached to the balloon was a Lego-man holding a Canadian flag. On the information board outside their school, the sign still reads, “Congrats to Matthew and Asad.”