Ryerson University responds to Syrian refugee crisis

The lifeless image of three-year-old Alan Kurdi washed up on a Turkish shore changed how the public views refugees. It brought displaced people into the forefront of discussion, and prompted the global community to action. Evidence of this is can be seen with the Ryerson Lifeline Syria Challenge, an initiative by the school that aims to bring 100 refugees to Canada.

‘Restaurants for Change’ kicks off first coast to coast fundraiser

Canadians will have a perfect excuse to wine and dine on Wednesday as restaurants take part in a fundraising initiative in support of local food centres. Community Food Centres, a non-profit organization, has created the first-ever Restaurants for Change event. It will take place on Oct. 22 and will partner with 25 restaurants in nine […]