Volume 35, Issue 14 (January 5, 2009)

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Thousands gather downtown for Palestine

The corner of Avenue and Bloor was flooded as thousands of protesters braved the sub zero temperature to gather on Saturday afternoon and state...

Thursday night at Mississauga's City Hall hundreds of people gathered together outside in the...

Over 100 students gathered in a candle-light vigil to mourn the victims of the Mumbai attacks in November. The event was organized by the Hindu Council, Sikh Student and Muslim Student Associations, among others.

December 5, 2008 saw the UTM Womens Centre hold a memorial service for the...

The University of Toronto and CUPE Local 3902 are currently deadlocked in negotiations, with a mediator scheduled to intervene this month in the hopes of reaching an agreement. If this fails, CUPE may be in a strike position as early as February.

The Gaza crisis

Many have been shaking their heads recently. Some of them at whats going on in the Gaza strip right now, and some at whats happening here in Toronto with all the protesting. Sceptics have wondered about what can possibly come of protests here in...

2008, (Thankfully) Forgotten Already

2008 was an especially harsh year.Regretfully, not only will our epoch be remembered for the failing economy, skyrocketing gas prices, and the progression of "Joe...

Welcome back to another fun-filled semester at UTM. And what better way to welcome...

The ugly side of Father Christmas

The time of the year when we are supposedly at our happiest and kindest has just ended. Christmas trees, crowded stores, bearded old men...

2009 WJHC: Could you expect anymore from these kids?

Ottawa rumbled during the 2009 World Juniors Hockey Championship (WJHC) with one of the quickest and most entertaining competitions in IIHF history, mostly thanks...