The Toronto Public Library has several programs to help isolated newcomers settle in the city, but staff say those who need the support may not know about it.
On Friday 55,000 Canadian Union of Public employees began their strike and protest of the provincial governments use of the notwithstanding clause
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is one of the most important days in Canadian history. Its time Indigenous voices are heard.
With the Ontario general election just passing, highschool students were asked if they are educated enough on our Ontario government along with the policies.
As election pressure intensifies in Toronto’s east end, many voters are experiencing feelings of overload and perplexity given the extent of similarities between the Liberal party and the New Democratic Party (NDP). Though both leaders…
Does the annual observance of Black History Month have any impact on the mental health of the Black community?
Incorporating technology is at the forefront of artistic innovation, and more women should be a part of that change, according to one artist. Shonee, a digital-media artist, was a speaker at Arts Ahead 2022, a symposium…
Ryerson University may return to fully in-person learning soon, but some students are concerned whether they will fall behind if they were to get sick.
%%excerpt%% Ryerson University is in the midst of bringing classes back to campus, but not everyone is happy about the plan. Some students and staff would prefer to stay online for the rest of the semester.
As Ontario universities and colleges continue to operate online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many students feel their education is lessening in quality while fees stay stagnant.