Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, celebrations for this upcoming Remembrance Day will be different from previous years
Articles by Jayson Dimaano
Recently COVID-19 cases have trended upwards, especially among young people, causing concern as students head back to school.
Businesses are struggling to adjust, but they are hanging on.
As new cases of the novel coronavirus are being found every day, a Toronto hospital is opening a screening centre in the east end.
Some drivers have trouble seeing at night. Ontario’s new licence plates won’t help their case. They also have people feeling mixed emotions.
Fed up with the TTC? Issues facing commuters on a daily basis were the subject of an event called “FundTheTTC Day of Action.”
Feeling like sardines on a bus or train? Frustrated because of signal problems during rush hour? Not feeling safe on transit? A protest by TTCRiders held February 6, 2020
called on commuters to demand more funding from their local city councillors for the TTC in the 2020 city budget. It took place in five subway stations: Dufferin, Kennedy, Lawrence West, St. George and Coxwell, between 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., except at St. George, where it took place in the morning between 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
About 13,000 kilometres away from the volcano, Filipino Canadians in Toronto are dealing with the aftermath of Taal’s eruption.