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- Collision near Humber College leaves female pedestrian with life-threatening injuries
A female pedestrian believed to be in her late teens has been taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries after a Sunday night collision near Hum
- George Brown College took away paid sick days from part-time staff. Now it might be forced to give them back
The Ontario Public Service Employees Union wants to force George Brown College to reverse a decision to strip part-time and casual faculty of two paid
- When it comes to paid sick days, one college giveth, another college taketh away
After the Ford government axed mandatory paid sick days, George Brown College decided to nix them too. Humber College made a point of keeping them.
- Water restored at Humber College’s north campus
A spokesperson said the source of the break, which displaced around 1,000 students living in college residences, was fixed on Saturday.
- Man dies after arriving at Etobicoke hospital with gunshot wound
A woman brought a man into Etobicoke General Hospital near Hwy. 27 shortly before 6 p.m. He died in hospital not long after he arrived. Peel Police sa
- Humber College’s new pay-what-you-can soup bar to feed students while diverting food waste
The Soup Bar, an initiative with Feed It Forward, will open Tuesday and run over lunchtime twice a week.
- Refugee, asylum seekers removed from college dorms as 185 more arrive in Toronto
Mayor John Tory has been adamant about the need for federal assistance to help with the cost and logistics of relocation.
- Influx of refugee claimants prompts Toronto to open up 800 emergency spaces
The city says 368 refugee claimants have entered Toronto's shelter system since April 19.
- Toronto police officer admits to inappropriate sexual relationship with youth group member
Const. Kevin Ward pleaded guilty at a police disciplinary tribunal to carrying on a sexual relationship with a participant of the 22 Division Rovers.
- Student mental health needs growing, Ontario colleges say
Report finds provincial funding has not kept up with demand for services, support.
- Ontario Real Estate Association pledges to watch the watchdog
The Ontario Real Estate Association is re-inventing itself after being stripped of its education function.
- I fear I may not live long: Indian PhD student thanks Canada university for early...
Precilla (Veigas) Dsouza was awarded her PhD degree by the University of Toronto at a special convocation to recognise her work on saving the lives o