Team Revolt wins all remaining executive positions
The TMSU wants 23% voter turnout for 2023.
Provincial NDP leader is eager to fight for student and youth rights despite pushback.
Here’s everything that’s happened at City Hall since mayor John Tory announced he planned to resign last Friday.
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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.
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Toronto Mayor John Tory Resigns After ‘Inappropriate Relationship’ with Staff Member
Deputy Mayor Jennifer McKelvie to assume responsibilities until new election is held.
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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.
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.
CUPE Announces New Five-Day Notice to Strike
Education minister says move is “unnecessary and unfair” to children and parents.
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‘Legislated into Poverty’ Why Government Reaction to CUPE Protests Has Future Educators Concerned
Education workers, students heartened by support for CUPE workers after use of notwithstanding clause to quell strikes.