The constant harassment of female journalists is a problem faced by students and professionals alike, according to journalists who participated in a panel at Centennial College.
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In Canada, young voters make up the biggest voting bloc, but their participation is the lowest. How do we get them engaged?
The beloved TV series is returning after a five-year break, with 10 one-hour long episodes in the starting season.
After 33 years of service, Lt. Col Rick O’Neill attended Centennial College for its annual Remembrance Day celebration to speak about his experience in Afghanistan.
Centennial College’s Story Arts Centre hosted a Remembrance Day service last Friday, where students, faculty, and community members alike came together to listen to the testimonies of two Second World War veterans and one current sub-lieutenant in the Royal Canadian Navy, currently in his 23rd year of active service.
Bob Middleton has a message for young journalists: tell the stories of veterans before those stories are lost.
Federal Candidates for the Toronto-Danforth riding are set to debate at Centennial College’s Story Arts Centre tonight.
Ravi Apputhurai, 48, was a stable presence at Centennial College, where he spent over 30 years as a member of the security team, ensuring the safety and well-being of the people in the school and the area. He died suddenly on March 9, and was honoured a week later in a memorial service at the college’s East York campus.
A Toronto couple says that Canadians have showed a good response when it comes to helping Syrian refugees. Jim Handman and Renee Pellerin are among the organizers of the Kensington Assistance for Refugees private sponsorship group.
The Toronto couple acknowledged that they had been moved to sponsor a Syrian family with children after the sheer tragedy of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi, who was found dead on the beaches of Turkey. The couple joined an existing private sponsorship group, Kensington Assistance for Refugees (KARE), last year.