As the saying goes, there’s a silver lining in every cloud — and that silver lining could prove profitable for some local businesses.
Being called to the principal’s office usually means a student has done something wrong. One Amesbury Middle School student did not think she had done anything wrong, but says she was spoken to by the principal a number of times. She claims the principal was punishing her and making comments about the way she styled her hair.
It’s time to MOVE to the washrooms and shave. It is the first day of November on Sunday, which also means it is the first day of Movember. During Movember people usually grow their moustaches throughout the month of November to raise awareness and funds for men’s health. As part of the challenge, participants must […]
This defeat of the Toronto Blue Jays in the American League Championship Series (ALCS) also marked the end of the #bookspinepoetry battle between the Toronto and Kansas City Public Libraries. On Friday night, the Kansas City Royals defeated the Blue Jays in game six of the ALCS, eliminating the Jays and marking the end of the baseball […]
NDP candidate for Toronto Centre Linda McQuaig was among those delivering concession speeches Monday night, after she was defeated by Liberal candidate Bill Morneau for the Toronto Centre riding.
As soon as classes begin in September, the countdown to reading week begins.
While the name suggests that students should be spending the week with their noses stuck in the books, this may not be 100 per cent accurate.
Several Toronto schools have been forced to close today due to power outages after the GTA was hit with bad weather.
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 […]