Miscalculation costs Catholic school teacher-librarians their jobs
Elementary teacher-librarians will soon be off the shelves at one Toronto school board. The Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) is looking to cut 45 full-time teacher-librarians as part of a larger staffing overhaul to combat an almost $17 million budgeting shortfall – caused by an accounting error. Oddly... Read more
Central Tech students win with mediated field deal
A verbal agreement has been reached surrounding the fate of a field and dome at Central Technical School that may finally put an end to a year-and-a-half long debate. The field, located at Bathurst and Harbord Sts., will receive an artificial turf field and dome for the winter months, once... Read more
SkedLive Blue Jays Spring Training Special
Skedline reporters Alex Karageorgos and Michael Czulo host Skedlive’s Blue Jays Spring Training Special. Off-season roster moves, injury reports, and Jays prospects are analyzed to get you all caught up on what you need to know about the blue birds for this season. Read more
Road safety app warns drivers about staged collisions
A new automobile fraud app is travelling roads never taken before. The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has launched its SafetyMobile app just in time for fraud prevention month. The inspiration behind this app comes from the company’s driving simulator, which focuses on informing drivers about the threat of... Read more
HSF takes on new voter strategy for election week
Humber College student council elections are underway and new measures are being taken at the Lakeshore campus to entice more voters to head to the polls. Alex Karageorgos has the story. Read more
Women’s league brings fresh face to pro-hockey
Boys dream of lifting the Stanley Cup and girls will aspire to hoist the Clarkson Cup. The future is looking bright for professional women’s hockey in North America. The Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL), wrapped up its seventh season in unprecedented fashion, with the Boston Blades hoisting the Clarkson Cup... Read more
Board review looming over public secondary schools
Ontario’s Ministry of Education report on the Toronto District School Board landscape is more than politics, the future of public high schools are at stake. In January, Ontario’s Minister of Education, Liz Sandals, handed down 13 directives based on a report identifying Board-wide deficiencies. Over a series of meetings, TDSB... Read more
Pixel Perfect art show illuminates L-Space Gallery
Photographs, movie posters, and a post-it note light bulb are all featured in a student art exhibit in the L-Space Gallery at Humber College’s Lakeshore campus. Pixel Perfect is an annual exhibition that displays the work made by Humber creative and graphic design students. “Pixel Perfect is one of... Read more
New group represents Central Tech community interests
Central Technical School has a new community group to call its own. The Friends and Neighbours of Central Tech (FANCTS) is a non-profit association that represents the interests of six key community members: neighbours, parents, staff and faculty, alumni, friends and supporters, and students. The formation of this group... Read more