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GO passengers can soon pay their fare by tap

Metrolinx, the transit agency that owns PRESTO and manages several other transit systems in the province, recently announced that GO transit buses...

UTM student handcuffed at HCC

On October 2, a UTM student was handcuffed by campus police at the Health and Counselling Centre (HCC) by two officers for seeming “at...

Questioning Daylight Savings

If you did not remember to set your clocks back one hour on November 3, you might have found yourselves arriving at your appointments...

Prices for city services to go up in 2020

The City of Mississauga has approved a fee hike to several city services like MiWay transit fares, recreation programs, and library charges, among others,...

Mental Health Task Force releases results

The Presidential and Provostial Student Mental Health Task Force revealed the results of the response from the U of T community about mental health...

Career Centre celebrates its 40th year

The UTM Career Centre celebrated its 40th anniversary last Wednesday with an open house event at its office.Offering both...

Students talk city-planning

The School of Cities Student Academy, a tri-campus platform for U of T students interested in learning about city-planning and urban development, hosted a...

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...

Cannabis Amnesty: A call for equality

The legalization of edibles came into effect by the Canadian government on October 17—the one-year anniversary of cannabis legalization. A year...

UTM talks cyberbullying

In collaboration with the University of Toronto’s Security Matters team, the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) Information & Instructional Technology Services (I&ITS) hosted a panel...

Alumna wins award from Queen

Margaret Atwood, a University of Toronto alumna and author of critically acclaimed novel The Handmaid’s Tale, received the Companion of Honour on October 25...

Campus Affairs considers dependence & diversity

The Campus Affairs Committee held its second meeting of the academic year last Tuesday to discuss new developments from the Human Resources department, the...
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