Mumps on the Rise in Toronto

March 9, 2017 Hailey Mcadams 0

Story by Sian Mitchell/Interactive Elements by Hailey McAdams Millennials are contracting the mumps at a higher rate than any other age group in Canada. Mumps, which used to be considered a childhood illness, now disproportionally […]

Possible University of Toronto strike looms

February 13, 2015 News Desk 0

The University of Toronto’s sessional faculty and teaching assistants are threatening to strike on Feb. 27, potentially affecting two-thirds of all in-class teaching. Seven thousand teaching assistants, sessional instructors, lab technicians and writing coaches seeking […]

CBC announces huge job cuts

April 10, 2014 News Desk 0

The CBC will cut more than 650 jobs across all programs and will no longer compete for sports coverage. Both English and French divisions will be affected, the national broadcaster announced Apr. 3. The announcement […]

Calgarians are Canada’s worst tippers

April 3, 2014 News Desk 0

Vancouverites took second place, but Calgarians rank first as Canada’s worst tippers. According to mobile payments company Square, Vancouverites tip 62 per cent of the time and leave behind an average tip of 13.4 per […]

More late-night attention for Rob Ford

April 3, 2014 News Desk 0

Former United States president and scandal veteran, Bill Clinton, weighed in on the on-going Rob Ford saga. Clinton told Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel,“He (Rob Ford) has absolutely destroyed every stereotype people have about Canadians.” This comes […]

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