Saleha Faruque

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Ontario bans vaping promo

The province will soon restrict the promotion of vaping products in some public locations to discourage youth from vaping.On October...

MiWay routes improve service

University of Toronto Mississauga students can look forward to more convenient changes to some common bus routes.Last week, Mississauga’s...

U of T to act on climate crisis with five year...

The University of Toronto released its new Low-Carbon Action Plan last month.Unveiled September 2019, the ambitious plan outlines a framework...

New speed limits introduced to key roads near UTM

The Mississauga City Council passed a by-law last Wednesday to decrease the speed limit in 11 select Mississauga...

MiWay bus fares may be set to increase following Mississauga budget...

MiWay bus fares are expected to increase in January 2020 to accommodate the City of Mississauga’s plans for expansion. The...

UTM professor brings the moon to Mississauga (in 1969)

This week, U of T Mississauga students and faculty can reminisce on the 50th anniversary of Canada’s first public showing of Apollo...

Mississauga asks students for feedback on living green

The city asked the public for feedback last week on Mississauga’s ambitious Climate Change Action Plan.Spanning 10 years, the $450...

Swim to Survive: A new RAWC program

The Recreation, Athletics and Wellness Centre (RAWC) is implementing a new program aimed at teaching students the essential skills required to survive an unexpected...

UTM Engage app unites students

Students on campus are being encouraged to download the free “UTM Engage” app.Offering user-friendly interface and convenient functionality, the...

MiWay makes city-wide improvments

Students travelling to school using Mississauga transit will benefit from improved bus services and connections as part of the city’s “MiWay Five Transit Service...

Cannabis retail stores banned in Sauga

Mississauga residents must wait to purchase cannabis products in Mississauga until Mayor Bonnie Crombie and the City Council can approve cannabis store restrictions.

The new Meeting Place

Just in time for the start of the school year, UTM’s new food court brings a unique dining experience to the William G. Davis...
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