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News | Aug 18, 2014

Most expect to have $10K of student debt: poll

Students expect big debts but also think they'll pay it off quickly: polls

Canada | Aug 15, 2014

Mediator agrees to help in B.C. teachers' dispute

Mediator Vince Ready agrees to try and help end B.C. teachers' dispute

News | Aug 12, 2014

Briony Glassco appointed to Bolton’s vacant seat

The Toronto District School Board has appointed Briony Glassco to replace Ward 10 trustee Chris Bolton, who resigned in...

City Centre Mirror
News | Aug 12, 2014

Register for fall, winter rec programs with the city

Are you keen to learn a new skill, perfect an old one or take up some recreation this fall and winter? If you live in...

Etobicoke Guardian
News | Aug 07, 2014
Unicorn Day Care

Brown Public School growth forces Unicorn Day Care to look for new home

After spending a quarter of a century in the cozy confines of Brown Public School, the not-for-profit Unicorn Day Care is in...

City Centre Mirror | by Justin Skinner
News | Jul 25, 2014

Check out Family Fun Fridays at Queen’s Park

Children aged six to 10 can take part in a mock debate, explore the Ontario Legislative Building, dress in traditional...

City Centre Mirror
Jul 22, 2014

Parkdale Collegiate student graduates with 99.5 per cent average

In terms of academics, Tony Chen is just shy of perfection. The 18-year-old Parkdale Collegiate Institute graduate was...

Parkdale Villager | Add Comment | by Natalie Chu
Jul 14, 2014

Ballet phenom headed to prestigious Cecchetti internationals

Patrick Etienne Blain is the sole male dancer representing Canada in the prestigious Cecchetti International Ballet...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Tamara Shephard
Jul 11, 2014

Queen West residents offer their say about what is good and bad about their neighbourhood

From heritage buildings to highrises, Queen West residents were eager to share their thoughts and concerns on the developing...

Parkdale Villager | Add Comment
Jul 11, 2014

Funeral to be held for slain North York teacher Abshir Hassan in Etobicoke

A funeral will be held Friday, July 11 for a much-loved supply teacher gunned down in North York’s Lawrence Heights...

North York Mirror | Add Comment
Jul 08, 2014

Federal funding helps Toronto agencies develop ‘cyber self defence’ strategies for girls

Toronto agencies will be hiring young women to develop “cyber self defence by girls for girls,” thanks to a federal grant...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment
Jul 04, 2014

TDSB looking for Chris Bolton’s replacement

Following last month’s resignation of Trinity-Spadina school trustee Chris Bolton, the Toronto District School Board (TDSB)...

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Jul 02, 2014

York U. researchers win $5 million in government grants

Thirty-nine researchers at York University were awarded more than $5.1 million in grants from the Natural Sciences and...

North York Mirror | Add Comment
Jun 25, 2014

Cooking with Cops brings police officer and students together in the kitchen

Toronto Police Const. Candy Graham was a little tired of seeing takeout fast food in the halls of the school she works at....

Bloor West Villager | Add Comment
Jun 24, 2014

The Etobicoke Guardian honours community members at the 2014 Urban Hero Awards

Indian nationalist leader Mahatma Gandhi believed “You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” Twenty-three...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Tamara Shephard
Jun 24, 2014

Richview library hosts activity fun day

Drop into Richview Library for some fun activities and games. The library’s activity day for children of all ages is...

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