How the pandemic has changed Toronto weddings
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More weddings in Toronto last fall despite COVID-19 risks
In September and October, six to seven per cent more couples registered to get married than in previous years, according to City of Toronto marriage licence data
For our final special project of the year, we outlined some of the ways in which the pandemic has affected everything, and explore what the world after COVID-19 might actually look like.
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How COVID-19 will affect Toronto’s student rental housing market
The Ryersonian spoke to three real estate experts about how the coronavirus has impacted Toronto’s student rental housing market and what these shifts might mean for Ryerson renters post-COVID-19.
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Adoption of surveillance tech for online exams sparks student backlash at Ryerson
Ryerson has turned to automated assessment tools like Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor to prevent cheating in online exams. But is virtual proctoring software truly worth the cost?
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Ryerson partners with Canadian software company SOTI to lead research into autonomous aerial drone tech
SOTI has enlisted Ryerson University to help design autonomous aerial drones for use in healthcare and search-and-rescue operations. This research will support the Mississauga, Ont.-based tech firm’s new aerospace division.
Women entrepreneurs leading high-growth ventures remain underrepresented in Canada
Even though 28 per cent of all Canadian entrepreneurs are women, only a small percentage of scale-up firm founders are female, according to a recent survey by the Brookfield Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Ryerson University virtually welcomed the first cohort of its new PhD in management program this semester. The Ted Rogers School of Management program, which was approved by the university’s senate last November, has been under development for years.
A majority of Canadian workers think new technologies have changed the way they do their jobs for the better, according to a skills and employment survey released earlier this month.
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Chang School enrolment up amid COVID-19 and the school’s shift to digital
Fall enrolment at Ryerson’s Chang School of Continuing Studies has increased. Chang recently began offering all of its courses online this due to COVID-19.