Developing long-lasting relationships during the pandemic was difficult, but students need to get back to expanding their network.
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Interactive Installation The Burn Designed to Provide Love and Healing
An art project aims to provide healing and support leading up to the 3-year anniversary of the pandemic at which point it will be ceremonially burned.
Babies, Parents Rally For Emergency Response to Ontario Healthcare Crisis
Babies “have no political presence… It’s our responsibility to stand up for them,” says mother at Queen’s Park protest.
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Students Contemplate Potential Return of Mask Mandates
Mask mandates are back at 3 Ontario universities, but not yet at TMU.
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‘Desperate Need for Bodies’: Nursing Students Concerned for their Futures
Ontario’s healthcare crisis, the pandemic, staffing shortages, and a lack of support results in nursing student burnout.
‘We Need to Act Now’: OMA Sounds the Alarm over Doctor, Hospital Bed Shortages
Ontario Medical Association panel says buckling healthcare system could see short-term improvements if 3 immediate steps taken.
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Editorial: How Adaptability Became Pandemic Graduates’ Secret Superpower
From lockdowns to job insecurity and pandemic-fuelled isolation, the class of 2022 has coped through some of recent history’s most unpredictable times — all while completing their education online. Despite…
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A Side Hustle Isn’t Just a Second Job — It’s a Source of Creativity
Blen Anteneh has wanted to be an entrepreneur for as long as she can remember. “That was always the end goal,” she told On The Record, “even if I was…
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Bond Place Hotel Residents Take to Twitter to Share Poor Living Conditions
Residents of the Bond Place Hotel, a homeless shelter in downtown Toronto, have been sharing stories about poor living conditions at the residence on a Twitter account called “Voices from…
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77 New Covid-19 Cases Confirmed at Ryerson Last Week
Ryerson recorded 77 new COVID-19 cases last week, according to data from the university’s Environment, Health and Safety office (EHS). That marked an 87.8 per cent increase in COVID-19 cases…