Art interaction captures Union Station memories
Union Station is home to the memories of almost 100 years of arrivals and departures.  Tearful goodbyes, welcoming embraces, and  loving reunions are some of the stories an OCAD graduate hopes to capture in an interaction  art installation she has opened in the station’s Great Hall. Che (Shino) Yan... Read more
Small businesses want customers to pay rewards card fees

Small businesses may soon be able to charge customers an extra fee for using credit cards with rewards plans. The Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses (CFIB) is working to get this along with other regulations passed that would relieve small business of hidden costs they incur when customers use special points cards.

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Students favour convenience when buying books
Humber Lakeshore students say they would prefer to buy their textbooks from the college’s bookstore because of convenience. Read more
The kids in the hall
Students at Humber College overflowed into the hallways to study for exams during the last days of the semester. Students resorted to working on the carpeted floors and even taking naps on the cushioned chairs of the Lakeshore Commons building. Read more
Chrystia Freeland was elected the new Toronto-Centre MP late Monday evening. The liberals have retained this riding for the past 20 years, and Freeland believes this is a sign of a positive outcome for the party in the 2015 elections. Video By Stephanie DePetrillo and Deanna Grant Read more
Focus on consumer demand necessary for environmental defence
Dozens of protesters gathered at Toronto City Hall on Saturday November 16th to participate in Defend Our Climate. The rally was specifically focused on the proposed changes to Enbridge’s Line 9, a 38-year old pipeline that runs under Toronto. Read more
Fort York Tribute Intimate and Small
Seventh and eighth graders from Holy Family Elementary left their history classroom to visit Fort York on Monday. Pam Demmings, a teacher at Holy Family, says the intimate setting of Fort York is perfect setting for the day. Read more
A Toronto Resident Adpots a Forgotten Garden
What was once part of a city initiative for greener neighbourhoods is now a second-hand garbage can. A Toronto man has made it his responsibility to routinely clean up this community garden that is constantly flooded with garbage. Read more
A Fighters Focus Can’t be Muddied by Pride
It is easy to perceive a successful professional boxer as strong and persistent. Like other professional athletes and even celebrities, the persona they have in the spotlight is often misconstrued as the real thing. Especially for a boxer, this persona is dominant because their careers focus specifically on the... Read more