Students united against rise in tuition fees

November 17, 2016 Saba Khan 0

Hundreds of students wielding traditional red and black protest signs marched at Queen’s Park in Toronto Wednesday afternoon, in a renewed effort to end high tuition fees in Ontario for post-secondary institutions. According to the Canadian […]

Hamilton’s hot housing market leaves locals out in the cold

November 14, 2016 Sian Mitchell 0

 Hamilton-A report published last week by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation revealed what Hamiltonians already know- the city’s housing market is overvalued and problematic. The CHMC points to out of towners from Toronto, […]

Cars or bikes: how to win the climate fight

November 14, 2016 Maryna Hordiienko 0

Climate change has become a big deal since natural catastrophes made the discourse on increasing temperatures different. The first Quebec climate change report in 1995 raised a discussion on how warming affected golfing in the province. Now things changed dramatically. […]

Nurses still need to prove their PTSD

April 1, 2016 News Desk 0

Despite the new Ontario legislation for first responders, nurses diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) still have to prove that they developed the illness because of their work. They were left out of the bill. […]

Restaurant giant to acquire St-Hubert

March 31, 2016 News Desk 0

Quebec-based restaurant chain St-Hubert is set to be acquired by Cara, owners of Milestones, Swiss Chalet, and Montana’s (to name a few). Two food manufacturing plants and 120 St-Hubert outlets have been purchased by Cara […]

ROM to feature exhibit on tattoos

March 31, 2016 News Desk 0

The Royal Ontario Museum will begin exhibiting the history, art, and obsession surrounding tattoo culture on Apr. 2. Over 200 objects will be on display, including prints, tools, videos, and specially commissioned silicone body parts […]

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