Student-run start up South Asian Yard addresses “brown problems.”
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TMU President: Students Expected To Attend Classes Even if Strikes Hit Campus
CUPE Local 233 will be in a legal strike position on April 13. OPSEU Local 596 reached a tentative agreement with TMU on Thursday.
Ontario Secondary Schools Struggling for Mental Health Resources and It Doesn’t Get Better in Post-secondary
The majority of Ontario schools say they need more support for their students’ mental health, but statistics say their mental health doesn’t get enough attention in university.
“In this particular moment with hyperinflation and so many stresses on small restaurants, it’s not worth it,” says one restaurant owner.
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Ukrainian Students Urge the World to Not Forget About the War in Ukraine
Displaced Ukrainians now living in Canada have seen their homes and families torn apart.
By partnering with community organizations, a TMU-led pilot project prioritizes harm reduction on campus.
Desperate for warmth, unhoused people are turning to transit for shelter — but they still may not feel safe
Winter hits unhoused harder as police presence on public transit increases and warming centres aren’t open 24/7.
Tory addressed council for the first time since resignation announcement.
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Toronto City Council Votes Against Opening Warming Centres Around the Clock
Warming centres will continue to open only when an extreme cold weather alert is issued at -15 C or below.
Expert says safety audit findings belong to the community, TMU president says employees’ privacy must be respected.