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A portion of the property at Davisville Junior Public School may be used for a proposed community hub.
Jul 30, 2015 | Add Comment | City Centre Mirror

Community group wants to keep Davisville Public School’s excess lands in public domain

Justin Skinner

With the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) looking to sell off a portion of the land on which...

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News | Jul 29, 2015
Angelina Pan

Summer school a quantum leap for physics fan

Havergal College student Angelina Pan was surrounded by brilliant physicists this summer as a participant in the...

North York Mirror | by Clark Kim
Ontario | Jul 24, 2015

Liberals say teacher negotiations will resume

Wynne calls teachers' unions, school boards to meeting to re-start negotiations

Ontario | Jul 21, 2015

College no longer employs prof after comment

Ontario college investigating homophobic comment on social media

Ontario | Jul 20, 2015

Ontario educator can't start job in U.S.

Ontario educator hired to lead Vermont school board delayed by visa problems

News | Jul 20, 2015

City to review Scarborough school trustee’s campaign expenses

David Smith, a Scarborough public school trustee removed from office and reinstated this year over his campaign expenses, is...

Scarborough Mirror
News | Jul 15, 2015
Top scholar

Michael Power/St. Joseph student earns 100 per cent average

Etobicoke’s Konrad von Eppinghoven has been named this year’s top scholar in the Toronto Catholic District School Board...

Etobicoke Guardian
Jul 08, 2015

The Danforth subject of a historical walk by Heritage Toronto

Heritage Toronto is hosting a historical walk titled The Danforth Sunday, July 12. The tour, which will get underway at...

East York Mirror | Add Comment
Jun 30, 2015

Etobicoke Guardian celebrates 2015 Urban Heroes at annual ceremony

Lebanese-American poet Kahlil Gibran is arguably most famous in the English-speaking world for his 1923 inspirational...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Tamara Shephard
Jun 25, 2015

TDSB museum and archives opens at Eastern Commerce

Ten rooms in the lower level of Eastern Commerce Collegiate Institute, near Danforth and Donlands avenues, have been...

York Guardian | Add Comment | by Joanna Lavoie
Jun 25, 2015

Eastern Commerce Collegiate will become First Nations School by September 2016

While Eastern Commerce Collegiate Institute near Danforth and Jones avenues may be closing its doors as a high school, it’s...

East York Mirror | Add Comment
Jun 25, 2015

Central Tech’s Helen Zhou wins $100,000 Applebanks Loran Scholarship

The first thing Helen Zhou did after finding out she won a $100,000 scholarship was call her mom. “I honestly didn’t...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Laura DaSilva
Jun 20, 2015

Holy Family Catholic School to buy books with Indigo Love of Reading grant

Holy Family Catholic School couldn’t be more grateful to the Indigo Love of Reading Foundation for choosing them as one of...

Parkdale Villager | Add Comment | by Hilary Caton
Jun 17, 2015

Special needs assistant at Greenholme school charged in sexual assault of student

Toronto police have arrested a special needs assistant who worked for 15 years at Greenholme Junior Middle School on charges...

Etobicoke Guardian | 1 Comment
Jun 17, 2015

TDSB elementary students to get a summary of marks

Elementary students will now be receiving a summary of marks after all, reversing a previous decision by the Toronto...

York Guardian | 1 Comment
Jun 17, 2015

Father Serra soccer fundraiser supports brain tumour research at SickKids

His young peers took to their school’s soccer fields just as little James McKeddie loved to do. Father Serra Catholic...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Tamara Shephard
Jun 17, 2015

York Mills C.I. students pull strings for musical charity

A local charity that brings music and instruments to priority neighbourhoods received a $5,000 grant thanks to four students...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Clark Kim

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