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Kathleen Wynne speaks at Hart House

The Hart House Debates and Dialogues Committee hosted Ontario’s premier Kathleen Wynne on March 1st, who addressed issues like the #MeToo campaign, the tuition...

Students prompted about elections

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students Union is aiming to spread awareness among students about the upcoming 2018 provincial elections and student issues. Several...

International Ph.D. fees lessened

Beginning fall of 2018, the University of Toronto’s international Ph.D. students will pay domestic fees. The move comes in an effort to make doctoral...

UTMSU’s bursaries available

The application process has opened for five different bursaries, offered by the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union: a need-based bursary, book-based bursary, international...

A call for interest-free student loans

Wherever I go to Ontario, I hear from young people and recent graduates how they are scrambling to pay off massive student loans, while...

OSAP to become more accessible

Deputy Premier, chair of the cabinet, the minister responsible for Digital Government, and the minister of advanced education and skills development Deb Matthews, stated...

UTMSU campaigns for National Day of Action

UTMSU campaigned for the National Day of Action last week through posters in the Davis building asking UTM students, “What would you do if...

Student grants to increase up to 50%

Students from low-income to middle-income families can now expect an increase of up to 50% in federal grants for this academic year. Full-time students from...

MPP visits UTM to discuss the Ontario Student Grant

Mississauga-Erindale MPP Harinder Takhar visited UTM on March 31 to further clarify the provincial government’s new financial assistance method available to selected post-secondary students...

The highs and lows of free tuition

About a week ago, Kathleen Wynne and her liberal government announced that within her budget plan, tuition and postsecondary education costs will be free...

Low voter turnout for UTMSU election

Less than three percent of students voted in the by-elections for UTMSU’s board of directors. The election, results of which were released on October 5,...

Candidates debate student issues

More than half of the attendees at last Wednesday’s #UTMSPEAKS: Federal Elections Forum attended as undecided voters ahead of the October 19 national election. Hosted...
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