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U of T alumnus wins the 2019 Scotiabank Giller Prize

On November 18, Scotiabank’s 2019 Giller Prize was awarded to University of Toronto’s alumni, Ian Williams, for his debut novel Reproduction.

Designated Smoking Areas to be reviewed

The University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) will reevaluate the Designated Smoking Areas (DSAs) on campus this spring.Almost a year...

UTMSU’s AGM talks audits and student proposals

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU) held its Annual General Meeting last Wednesday where they discussed financial audit statements and entertained motions put...

Women in Science and Computing: new club on campus

The University of Toronto Mississauga’s Student Union (UTMSU) has recognized a new club called Women in Science and Computing (WiSC), as of October 1....

UTM library builds a new emergency exit

The University of Toronto Mississauga library opened a new emergency exit in October to fulfill fire department regulations.The second...

U of T professor as new Minister

University of Toronto Law professor Anita Anand was sworn into Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s cabinet on November 20.Anand was...

RAWC annual fees skyrocket

The incidental fees for the Department of the Recreation, Athletics and Wellness Centre (RAWC), which are mandatory for all students, have increased 16.3 per...

U of T faculty and staff demand an end to handcuffing...

An open letter to the University of Toronto (U of T) administration on the handcuffing treatment of students asking for mental health support was...

Campus Council talks mental health crisis at U of T

Campus Council held its second meeting of the academic year on November 20, where they discussed the ongoing mental health crisis at U of...

Big-ticket items emerge from city budget meeting

Following a series of Mississauga budget meetings, residents, workers, and students can expect some big-ticket items emerging post-budget approval on December 4.

Activists continue Global Climate Strike

Climate activists of all ages came together for the Global Climate Strike last Friday, marching through the streets of downtown Toronto.

Reconsidering cannabis stores

The City of Mississauga is debating on whether cannabis retail stores should be reconsidered in 2020.When the federal government...
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