Ontario government set to announce tuition decrease
Toronto (The Canadian Press) – The province is set to announce a 10 per cent tuition cut for Ontario post-secondary students for the 2019-2020 academic year. This would mean an average savings of $660 for undergraduate students and $340 for college students, the government says. The cut to tuition... Read more
Alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur in Toronto court today
Toronto  – Bruce McArthur’s trial has been pushed back from Jan. 6, 2020 to Jan. 29, 2020 following a short court appearance in Toronto today, according to CBC News. McArthur, 67, is facing eight counts of first-degree murder in a series of deaths of men with connections to Toronto’s... Read more
Pipeline shortage a “crisis,”  Canadian survey says
British Columbia (CBC News) – A survey conducted by the Angus Reid institute suggests that 58 per cent of Canadians consider the lack of oil and gas pipelines a ‘crisis’. The survey of 4,024 Canadian adults was conducted between Dec. 21 and Jan. 3. Albertans were most concerned, with... Read more
British PM Theresa May Survives Confidence Vote
London (Reuters) – Following a resounding defeat of the proposed Brexit deal Tuesday, British Prime Minister Theresa May faced a non-confidence vote in the House of Commons. The vote of 432 – 202 against the deal was the largest defeat in the House of Commons in almost a century.... Read more
Christmas in November?
By Tierney Angus, Joey Chini and Justin Field Skedline.com How early is too early to put up Christmas decorations? Lakeshore locals give us the lowdown.     Read more
Toronto’s Ravine Ecosystems Under Threat
By Tierney Angus Dwindling biodiversity and an increase of invasive species have already begun to harm Toronto’s delicate ravine systems. Despite Toronto’s commitment to protect the natural spaces found in the city’s ravines, experts warn that the ecological collapse of the system has already begun, as reported by CBC... Read more