Reporters asked Scarborough residents one question after the election results were revealed: “What does it mean to you that the Conservative Party of Ontario got elected?”
Centennial College journalists took to the streets with cameras in hand on election night Thursday to cover Scarborough ridings and candidates, as part of our Vote on Scarbz coverage to engage and inform first-time voters.
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Chinese supermarkets and shops in Toronto are all decked for Chinese New Year, one of the most historical and iconic festivals with traditional decorations and various congratulations, in the midst of the Omicron variant and the anticipated reopening plan. Among the numerous salutations, the one that stands out is, undoubtedly, “Happy Chinese New Year.”
Toronto Observer reporter Felipe Calderon covering the 7-Eleven store applications to sell liquor in Ontario, and local reaction. 7-Eleven has applied to sell beer and wine for in-store consumption.
As COVID-19 hit the world, the question of Taiwan joining WHO has become an urgent and sensitive topic worldwide.
As MPPs headed back to Queen’s Park on Tuesday, students gathered to protest upcoming changes to the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP).