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Photo from Toronto Black Film Festival opening night film Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The...
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Toronto Black Film Festival coincides with Black History Month

The festival, now in its fifth year, will showcase 40 films from 20 countries Wednesday, Feb. 15 to...

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Business | Jan 23, 2017

Learn how to be smart with your money at an info session at CAMH

The Social Determinants of Health (SDH) Service at the Centre of Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is hosting an Income...

Parkdale Villager | by Hilary Caton
Education | Jan 23, 2017

Family Literacy Day in Toronto features free open houses

The Toronto Catholic District School Board’s Family Literacy Centres are hosting National Family Literacy Day events on...

Etobicoke Guardian | by Dominik Kurek
Health Care | Jan 22, 2017
Humber College student residence

Students recovering from possible Norovirus outbreak at Humber College

Lab results are still pending in Toronto Public Health’s investigation into the outbreak of a stomach flu-like illness that...

Etobicoke Guardian
Health Care | Jan 22, 2017
Humber College student residence

Public health officials say nearly 200 affected by mystery illness at Humber College

The number of people sickened by a mysterious outbreak at Humber College has risen to nearly 200 as officials race to figure...

Etobicoke Guardian | by Emma McIntosh and Fakiha Baig
Columns | Jan 20, 2017
Warren (Smokey) Thomas

College presidents make a play to overpay themselves: Cohn

It’s the gamification of compensation by high-fliers, thanks to their enablers on college boards

OurWindsor.Ca | by Martin Regg Cohn
Education | Jan 20, 2017
12th graders watch speech

West Hill Collegiate students watch as Donald Trump becomes president

The world watched, and in West Hill Collegiate, Permell Ashby’s class was “keenly interested” in seeing the moment Donald...

Scarborough Mirror
Jan 20, 2017

Parents dropping off kids at Etobicoke school get 10-minute parking

Etobicoke York Community Council voted unanimously Jan. 17 to drop the speed limit to 30 kilometres per hour and to allow a...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Tamara Shephard
Jan 20, 2017

UPDATE: Humber College students' illness still a mystery, says hospital

Some of the 77 Humber College students are back in their residence Friday following treatment in hospital Thursday, Jan. 19...

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Jan 20, 2017

Colonization Road offers First Nations counternarrative to Canada 150

Canada 150 should focus more on education and less on celebration, says the director of a new documentary that shines a...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Cynthia Reason
Jan 19, 2017

Dovercourt and Ward 9 schools kick off Backpacks for Malawi drive

Students at Dovercourt Public School are collecting backpacks for kids, teens and young adults living with HIV/AIDS in...

Bloor West Villager | Add Comment | by Aaron D'Andrea
Jan 19, 2017

Teen's passion brings lacrossse to Monsignor Percy Johnson high school

Kaitlyn Cooke’s lifelong lacrosse-playing dad, Chris, recently wrote a Facebook post seeking used lacrosse equipment to...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Tamara Shephard
Jan 18, 2017

Man donates $2 million for Tamil studies at U of T Scarborough

The man who made the largest-ever donation to University of Toronto Scarborough said he’s confident others in Toronto’s...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by Mike Adler
Jan 17, 2017

Parents lobby for a French-language high school in east Toronto

A group of parents lobbying for a French-language high school in Toronto’s east end is now looking to take legal steps to...

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Jan 17, 2017

Ryerson architecture students team up to beat the heat

With climate change set to increase the number of heat waves in the coming years, Ryerson University architecture students...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Justin Skinner
Jan 16, 2017

Yvan Baker touts new OSAP at Silverthorn CI

Etobicoke Centre MPP Yvan Baker discussed the provincial government’s plans to “transform” student loans during a special...

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Jan 12, 2017

Etobicoke parents, trustee urge Toronto not to cut daycare funding

Anoush Bennett is just one of thousands of parents across the city bracing for yet another hit to their child-care chequing...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Cynthia Reason

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