On Friday 55,000 Canadian Union of Public employees began their strike and protest of the provincial governments use of the notwithstanding clause
A virtual community conversation was held Feb. 17 to discuss ongoing anti-racism initiatives organized by community members.
Oakwood wins 14th basketball city championship in last 15 years, advancing to OFSAA.
Jadyah Adam’s bankshot with less than five seconds remaining, takes Oakwood to the Senior AAA City Final.
or the third consecutive year, the David & Mary Thomson Titans have qualified for the TDSSAA East Regional Championship, with their 85-35 beatdown over W.A. Porter Collegiate.
Students from Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute joined their fellow students across Ontario in a walkout on Thursday during noon hour.
Reaction to the province’s ban on cellphones in classrooms, starting in September, is split among educators, parents and teachers.
For 16-year old Jaden Luu, digital photography is all in the eyes. “It’s really just about letting go and seeing what your eyes like instead of thinking about where you’re placing things,” he said.
Longtime education activist Michelle Aarts, who was elected the new Ward 16 trustee, says she doesn’t have an interest in politics or political connections.
From the Don Valley in the north, Riverdale in the west and Greektown in the centre, every inch of Toronto-Danforth is special to Paula Fletcher.