Kayvan Aflaki

Kayvan Aflaki
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“Is the government being candid about why they are doing this?”

The Ontario government’s decision to make some student fees optional was challenged on Friday by student union representatives at an Ontario Divisional Court.

French debate kicks off federal campaign race

The French-language leaders’ debate last Wednesday plunged into issues on abortion, medical assistance in dying, the urgency of climate change, and Quebec’s controversial provincial...

Climate crisis moves students to strike for change

Thousands of people took over the area in and around Queen’s Park, U of T’s downtown core, last Friday to take part in the...

Week review of election campaigns

After a week of campaigning, the political landscape leading into Canada’s 43rd federal election on October 21 has slowly shifted with platform reveals and...

Taxi owners sue Mississauga

Taxi drivers are suing the City of Mississauga for $100 million dollars for the damage caused by ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft.

Conservatives lead Liberals in 2019 election

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau officially announced the beginning of Canada’s 43rd federal election at Rideau Hall in Ottawa last Wednesday. Trudeau formally asked Governor General...

U of T’s 2019 Demo Day

Last Wednesday, 14 student-led start-ups from across Ontario were invited to participate as part of the University of Toronto Entrepreneurship Hatchery’s 2019 Demo Day....

U of T students challenge prejudice

On Tuesday, March 26, the Mosaic Institute, a ‘think and do tank’ that creates platforms for learning and dialogue among diverse Canadian communities, hosted...

UTM hosts science week

The University of Toronto Mississauga held its fourth annual Science Literacy Week last week, where it highlighted national scientists and science communicators across Canada.Hosted...

New CRO for by-elections

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union hired a new chief returning officer for their fall by-elections as of August 21st. Details regarding the...

UTM expands mental health initiative

The former Canadian First Lady and mental health advocate, Margaret Trudeau, is expected to share her life story and personal struggle with mental health...

North building underway

North Building Phase 2 is still currently in development and expected to open on schedule in late August of 2018.UTM’s chief administrative officer, Paul...
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