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Solidarity Rally -CUPE 3903

When will it end…

The CUPE 3903 strike began three weeks ago at York University and U of T and according to one student, Veronica Horta, “It’s complete anarchy at campus.” Horta is currently completing or trying to complete a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Education at York University. On Tuesday, some of the classes resumed and […]

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Angela Tilk played her final year of university basketball for the University of Ottawa after starring for Ryerson University.

Athlete’s transition begins in overtime

It wasn’t until the last buzzer went that she realized how much she loved the game. Angela Tilk’s long and successful career in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport league was over. “It feels like just yesterday I stepped on that old blue and gold court at Kerr Hall (the former home court for the Ryerson Rams […]

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Mary Mayo and her brother Chris Bunting are the co-owners of Goodah Gastro.<br /> Photo by Mike Shulman.<br />

Food trucks: A tale of two cities

For Jim Godina, the worst of times happened in 2004 when he was in a car accident that would change his life. While driving along a slick, wintry road, Godina’s car slipped on a patch of black ice and spun out of control into a ditch.  Godina, 47, survived the crash but sustained a severe […]

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Forced marriages occur in Canada, new evidence shows

Forced marriages aren’t just a problem in foreign countries. A recent survey conducted by the South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario shows Canada isn’t immune to the problem. “When people talk about this issue, most of the time people talk about the incidents of people taken abroad and they don’t talk about what happens domestically,” […]

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