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NFTS: Are they worth it for artists and investors in Toronto?

NFTS: Are they worth it for artists and investors in Toronto?

A new expression of art and iteration of currency, NFTs have been a hot topic for many local artists and investors. But will the value of NFTs evolve in the long term?
The Green Line is pleased to present this inaugural story from our partnership with Ryerson (X) University’s On The Record.

Student reporters Prapti Bamaniya, Megan Ebreo, Oskar McCarson and Alina Snisarenko explore how the elimination of these fines can help provide better outcomes for low-income Torontonians.

What does going fine-free mean for our city’s most vulnerable Toronto Public Library patrons?

What does going fine-free mean for our city’s most vulnerable Toronto Public Library patrons?

For our city’s marginalized communities, the Toronto Public Library going fine-free is long overdue. 📚📚

The Green Line is pleased to present this inaugural story from our partnership with Ryerson (X) University’s On The Record.

Student reporters Prapti Bamaniya, Megan Ebreo, Oskar McCarson and Alina Snisarenko explore how the elimination of these fines can help provide better outcomes for low-income Torontonians.

Speaker’s Corner: How much money are Ryerson students spending in a day on campus?

Speaker’s Corner: How much money are Ryerson students spending in a day on campus?

Calling all Toronto-based students: How much do you spend in a day? 🤑

In partnership with On The Record The Green Line student reporter Samira Balsara asks Ryerson (X) University students how much money they spend on campus?

Any guesses? Hint: It’s definitely a commuter school.