The painting by Indigenous artist Philip Cote was officially unveiled — not that you can see it just yet.
TMU officially unveils third Indigenous public art piece.
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‘Because They Survived, I Survived’: TMU Observes Truth and Reconciliation Day
Community members gathered in orange shirts to commemorate and acknowledge the impact of residential schools.
Commemorative events are at the Podium Building in Room 250.
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Ryerson announces three-week period for community to weigh in on name change
Ryerson community members have three weeks to weigh-in on the university’s new name, the university’s vice president academic and provost told On The Record on Monday. Jennifer Simpson says the…
Ryerson University joined other post-secondary institutions across the country in honouring its fifth Orange Shirt Day on Thursday. It also marks the first time Sept. 30 was recognized officially as…
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Demonstration at Yonge-Dundas Square commemorates Orange Shirt Day
Members of Indigenous communities, survivors of the residential school system and allies gathered at Yonge-Dundas Square Thursday afternoon to commemorate Orange Shirt Day. The demonstration was organized by the Matriarchal…
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Ryerson’s School of Journalism allowing students and staff to take Indigenous holiday off
Ryerson’s School of Journalism is allowing students and staff to take the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation off after the provincial government announced last week it will not be…
With the Fall semester in full swing, reporters Bree Duwyn and Monique Vigneault are here to bring you their picks of some of the best Indigenous filmmaking in contemporary world…
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Grassroots groups and city council are working to grow Toronto’s urban forest
Municipal planners and gardeners say more green spaces will improve the quality of life and citizens’ health